Freddie Ljungberg needs to get the defence right to avoid a defeat to West Ham
I am not sure many will argue that Arsenal has one of the worse defences in the Premier League. It is truly shambolic.
But there is room for improvement if Freddie Ljungberg is prepared to go with his strongest back four and I think he will.
He has potentially a great left-back in Kieran Tierney, why he persists with Sead Kolasinac I do not know. I really do feel that he will start the young Scot against the Hammers on Monday evening.
The same applies on the right side, he has to go with Hector Bellerin who clearly needed more time but should be up to speed now. It would help if there is a good right-sided midfielder/ attacker to help out the Spaniard.
Now, to the central pairing, the biggest issue at Arsenal and sadly I do not think Freddie will be brave here. He has to drop David Luiz but he will not I fear.
So, Luiz will most likely start and I think there is a good chance the Swede will select Calum Chambers in his correct position this time as the Brazilians partner.
This is the back four I predict will start in front of Bernd Leno tomorrow night.
On paper, that does give us a chance to keep the goals down providing Luiz plays a good game.
Let me know in the comments what defence you think Freddie will select.