ARS vs NOR Dream11 Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Bottom placed Norwich City make for an extremely straightforward opposition for an Arsenal side in a quagmire
Trounced 4-0 by Manchester City and then defeated 2-1 by Brighton, Arsenal saw their season collapsing around them. It wasn’t anything new though for the club with this beleaguered form becoming a new normal for them, form which has failed to get off their back for a good number of seasons now.
The complete disinterest and lack of quality has been telling, a side where the players have been completely unwilling to hold the fort and show the stomach for a fight. In 9th position at the moment, this is turning out to be one of Arsenal’s worst season in a long time, a season which has expected even their harrowing and abject standards.
The side has managed to instill some kind of semblance though after those abject performances with the following up their 2-0 win against Southampton with a 2-1 win against Sheffield United in the FA Cup. Although the wins have hardly been ones that inspire confidence, Arsenal will make do with anything at the moment, such in the laggard sortie they are enduring.
Handed their third straight win in the league after being dismissed 1-0 by Everton and then defeated by Manchester United in the FA Cup, the season is as good as over for Norwich City. The side is doomed for relegation, a side stuck in a rut all season long.
It’s a team which even Arsenal should manage to have little qualms in quashing, a team which will see Arsenal muster up an elusive second win on the bounce this season.
Probable Playing 11
- Chambers, Gabriel and Leno are all going to sitting out this imminent tie for the home side with the team fraught with injuries.
- Byram, Hanley and Zimmermann fail to make the cut for Norwich City with the side stricken with injuries while Timm is suspended.
Martinez, Mustafi, Holding, Tierney, Bellerin, Ceballos, Xhaka, Saka, Pepe, Nketiah, Aubameyang
Krul, Aarons, Godfrey, Tettey, Lewis, McLean, Vrancic, Buendia, Duda, Hernandez, Pukki
Premier League 2019-20
Match: Arsenal Vs Norwich City
Date And Time: 1st July June, Wednesday- 10:30pm IST
Venue: Emirates Stadium, London
Television: Star Sports Select 1/HD
Top Goal Scorer
- Aubameyang: 17 Goals
- Pukki: 11 Goals, 3 Assists
Southampton Vs Arsenal: 0-2
Norwich City Vs Everton: 0-1
ARS vs NOR Dream11 Picks
Tim Krul from the visiting team will be snagged by us for the imminent encounter. Despite being part of one of the most horrid backlines in the league, the goal-keeper has managed to protect the side’s identity with some astute performances, ones which make him a must have pick for the encounter.
Arsenal did something the last time around which they have yearned for all season long. The side was finally able to arrest its tanking form in the defensive side of the game with a cleansheet to its name, one which become even more prestigious an affair owing to the spate of injuries the side is struck with at the moment.
That resilient and resolute performance paired with Norwich City’s laggard attacking display meant it was only rightful for us to indulge in a trio from the home side. The trivalent comprises of Sead Kolasinac, Hector Bellerin and Shkodran Mustafi for the day’s upcoming clash.
After an inexpplecibale start to the season, Nicholas Pepe is slowly starting to find his feet at Arsenal. Whilst still a long way off from justifying why he’s the most expensive signing at the side ever, the 5 goals and 6 assists he’s managed to work up his way see us make him the first pick from the side.
He’s going to be paired alongside Bukayo Saka, a name who has emerged as Arsenal’s biggest point of the season with the player way surpassing all expectations accorded from him. Norwich City on the other hand will see us opt for Todd Cantwell with the 6 goal and 3 assist man scoring against Manchester United in the FA Cup.
The sprawling skill set of Tom Trybull will see him find a place in our slot as well, a player capable of asserting himself on the encounter with a string of blocks and tackles.
Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang is having to endure a long wait for his 50th goal at the club. Ever since the league has restarted, he’s been of the worst performers at the club with the striker hardly flourishing in the wide role he’s been shifted to by Arteta.
However, with 17 goals, he had to begin an instant pick for us today with us pairing him alongside Eddie Nketiah who scored for Arsenal against Southampton after popping up on a goal-keeper calamity. Elsewhere, the visiting team’s leading scorer with 11 goals, Pukki will bring down the curtains on our set of picks today.
Captain And Vice-Captain
His 17 goals will see us make Aubameyang our captain while Pepe is the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Team
Krul, Kolasinac, Bellerin, Mustafi, Cantwell, Trybull, Saka, Pepe, Aubameyang, Nketiah, Pukki
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