The final game of the Arsenal mini-tour to the USA kicks off at midnight UK time against Spanish giants Real Madrid.
A packed stadium can expect both teams to put out fairly strong teams with mainly first-team players on display, certainly from Arsenal anyway.
It really does not matter if it is a friendly or cup final when it comes to guessing what sort of team or formation Unai Emery will put out as he has a habit of surprising us. That said, I cannot see him taking too many risks and so I reckon I can get fairly close with my guess.
I suspect that Emery will start with a 4-3-1-2 formation with Leno in goal.
In defence, I sadly reckon he will stick with Mustfai in the centre alongside Sokratis, with Monreal and Maitland-Niles as the full-backs.
In midfield, I am fairly certain he will sick with Willock, probably alongside Xhaka and quite possibly Mkhitaryan.
That then leaves Ozil behind Aubameyang and Lacazette upfront.
That means no starting spot for Eddie Nketiah but I would not be shocked if he was picked instead of Mkhitaryan.
As I said, this is guesswork but based on the strong side against Bayern Munich I do expect Emery to do the same against Real Madrid.