4-2-3-1: Ramsey dropped, Mkhitaryan starts in probable Arsenal line-up against Everton

Arsenal had a very hectic January schedule but that is now in the past and they can now focus on the remainder of the season, with the aim of ending the season in top four.

Typical of Arsenal, they conceded defeat to Swansea in a Premier League, and they will be looking to bounce back against a rejuvenated Mersey side team. Meanwhile, the Gunners lost Alexis Sanchez but the signing of Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang appear to have lifted not just the morale of the fans but the players of the club,

Mkhi and Auba scored a combined  62 goals in 2015-16 season for Borrussia Dortmund in all competitions and i can say that we cannot wait to see the aforementioned stars play together, with Ozil as their pivot in midfield.

Arsenal failed to make the top four last season and they are currently eight points adrift Chelsea in fourth position. While, there is an outside chance to qualify for the Champions League via the Europa Cup, Arsene Wenger wants his men to end as high as possible in the League.


Danny Welbeck is unavailable as he has a hip injury. Meanwhile, Wilshere missed the Swansea game over illness but he will face a late fitness test,’

Auba is also not fully fit and he is highly unlikely going to feature.

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