Defence is going to play a major role when Man Utd and Arsenal lock horns in Monday nights Premier League clash at Old Trafford.
Unai Emery has to get it right at the back, especially when you will have a lightening David James running at you or a Harry Maguire flying in at set-pieces.
It is very likely that Kieran Tierney will start in the left wing-back role and Chambers on the right side, Hector Bellerin is not yet ready and so that leaves the two centre half spots.
Sadly, I am fairly sure that Emery will still go with David Luiz, he has faith in the Brazilian and he is not yet at the stage that he will drop the error-prone former Chelsea defender.
So, that leaves just the one centre half position and I feel that Emery is at the stage where he will drop Sokratis and that will mean a call up for Rob Holding.
It is not yet the strongest defence that Emery has available to him, that will happen once Hector Bellerin is back to full match fitness but the defence of Tierney, Luiz, Holding and Chambers is still quite a strong one.
It is slightly unbalanced, Chambers cannot do the runs that Tierney can do but the flank will be stronger than it has been for quite a while now.
Holding can hopefully bring more calmness to the centre of defence and offset some of Luiz’s eccentricities and he also offers up an attacking option at set-pieces.
So, would a four man defence of Tierney, Luiz, Holding and Chambers be good enough to stop Man Utd on Monday evening?