ARS vs LEI Dream11 Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Arsenal making an incredible late surge to propel themselves into next season’s Europa League
When the Premier League had returned, everything surrounding Arsenal was bad news. With two straight defeats right from the onset, the club found itself in a quagmire, a peril which threatened to see them endure a 10th place finish this season.
Those two defeats left the club in a despondent state of affairs with the same suspects being responsible for the club’s defeat. In a pickle, there was only one way for the team to silken the naysayers around it, something the team has managed to do in flamboyant style.
The club was quick to sit down and address the issues shrouding them, returning from those defeats with three wins on the spin. The club has been lauded for its resillinace and resolve to claw its way out of the dirt and embark on a run few had envisaged with the side’s 2-0 win over Wolverhampton the last time around being the most articulate of the lot.
Manging to shut down a rampant Wolverhampton side along with scouring goals past them, Arsenal deserved a truly plaudit worthy display. It was a performance which is set to have handed over a massive shot in the arm to a side whose aspirations of making it into the Europa League have been reignited.
And with Leicester City not in the best of form since the league has restarted barring their win over Crystal Palace the last time around, we envision Arsenal doing more than enough to just about scram their way through to a win today.
Probable Playing 11
- Ricardo and Amartey will miss out another encounter for the home side with the players ruled out due to injuries.
- Leno, Chambers and Gabriel continue to be out for Arsenal yet again with the players sidelined for a lengthy period.
Martinez, Mustafi, Luiz, Kolasinac, Bellerin, Ceballos, Xhaka, Tierney, Saka, Lacazette, Aubameyang
Schmeichel, Justin, Evans, Soyuncu, Fuchs, Ayoze, Ndidi, Tielemans, Barnes, Iheanacho, Vardy
Premier League 2019-20
Match: Arsenal Vs Leicester City
Date And Time: 8th July, Wednesday- 12:45am IST
Venue: Emirates Stadium, London
Television: Star Sports Select 1/HD
Top Goal Scorer
- Aubameyang: 19 Goals
- Vardy: 21 Goals
Wolverhampton Vs Arsenal: 0-2
Leicester City Vs Crystal Palace: 3-0
ARS Vs LEI Dream11 Picks
Keeping a cleansheet against Crystal Palace the last time around, Kasper Schmeichel came up with yet another good piece of shows with his gloves. The shot stopper is set to see his goal be peppered with a barrage of shots today, an onslaught we see him withstanding to materialise into some solid save points for us.
The last three wins have seen register cleansheets in all of them. It’s been a remarkable turnaround by a club which has been regularly berated for its horrendous brand of defending with the side’s newly adopted 3-5-2 backline helping overturn things for them.
We’ll be beginning with the team’s fullbacks for today’s encounter with both Hector Bellerin and Kieran Tierney provided colossal impetus to the side in their forages in the attacking side of the game. CB Mustafi comes in alongside the two with us finding it prudent to tilt the scales of a cleansheet in Arsenal’s favour.
Bukayo Saka showed the last time around why Arsenal were so eager to stick around with him for an elevated period. This has been a truly marvellous season for the player, one where he’s made inroads straight into the side’s playing 11 with a string of remarkable showings.
Back in his preferred wide attacking role, the player registered his side’s first goal against Wolverhampton to make him an instant choice for us. CDM Granit Xhaka has put in some reasonably good showings under the tutelage of Arteta to see him join up along with Dani Ceballos with the two helping Arsenal hold fort in midfield.
Elsewhere, Leicester City will see us indulge in the services of Harvey Barnes. The player had blown cold since the return of the league but he managed to show what he’s capable of with two assists in 15 minutes against Crystal Palace.
Level on goals with Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang, Jamie Vardy’s two goals against Crystal Palace saw him make headway in the race for the Golden Boot. His 21 goals will see us make him the first pick from the side along with Kelechi who scored for the club in the team’s bygone affair.
Elsewhere, Arsenal will find Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang represent us with the team’s top scorer having raked up the 19 goals this season.
Captain And Vice-Captain
The 19 goals for Pierre will see him captain our side while Vardy is the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Team
Kasper, Bellerin, Saka, Mustafi, Ceballos, Xhaka, Saka, Barnes, Aubameyang, Kelechi, Vardy
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