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Last weekend when presented with a tough test away at Leicester City, they came up with the goods and three points as goals from Gabriel and Emile Smith-Rowe secured a deserved win. Aaron Ramsdale played a telling part in that game, making tremendous saves to keep a clean sheet.

They now have Watford in their sights as Arsenal return to the Emirates in the hope of winning their third game in a row and extending their unbeaten run. The Gunners are not playing any European football this term, meaning they can have plenty of time to recover from games and plan their next match with ease. Arsenal will have to keep their momentum going heading into the Watford game, where they will target a win before they break for the international rounds

weekend, when presented with a tough test away at Leicester City, they came up with the goods and three points as goals from Gabriel and Emile Smith-Rowe secured a deserved win. Aaron Ramsdale played a telling part in that game, making tremendous saves to keep a clean sheet.

They now have Watford in their sights as Arsenal return to the Emirates in the hope of winning their third game in a row and extending their unbeaten run. The Gunners are not playing any European football this term, meaning they can have plenty of time to recover from games and plan their next match with ease. Arsenal will have to keep their momentum going heading into the Watford game, where they will target a win before they break for the international rounds.

Watford manager Claudio Ranieri will face a stern test at the Emirates, where the memories of the last gasp defeat during his title-winning campaign with Leicester will still be fresh. The Italian endured a terrible 5-0 loss to Liverpool in his first game in charge of the Hornets, then set the tone with an emphatic win against Everton.

When it seemed like Watford might have stumbled upon a system that works, they lost narrowly to Southampton last time out. That defeat placed them closer to the relegation zone, with only two points separating them, and 18th-placed Burnley.

manager Claudio Ranieri will face a stern test at the Emirates, where the memories of the last gasp defeat during his title-winning campaign with Leicester will still be fresh. The Italian endured a terrible 5-0 loss to Liverpool in his first game in charge of the Hornets, then set the tone with an emphatic win against Everton.

When it seemed like Watford might have stumbled upon a system that works, they lost narrowly to Southampton last time out. That defeat placed them closer to the relegation zone, with only two points separating them, and 18th-placed Burnley.

Arteta will probably retain the same starting XI which won away at Leicester. With the team performing well overall, there’s no need for change, although the manager has plenty of options to play with if he deems necessary.

Granit Xhaka is the only notable absentee with his return set only in the new year. Kieran Tierney also returned to full training this week after missing the previous two games. Nuno Tavares expertly covered for the Scot in those fixtures, and Arteta now has a dilemma over replacing the Portuguese with Tierney again.

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Although Scotland’s manager commented on the issue suggesting Tierney is fit again, Arteta might be reluctant to bring him just yet, particularly with the Liverpool clash after the international break in mind. Things point towards Tavares keeping his place again and hoping to impress Arteta even further.

Albert Sambi Lokonga will keep his midfield place alongside Thomas Partey, while Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka will play traditional wing roles in Arteta’s latest 4-4-2. The formation is more suited to the team, specifically Alexandre Lacazette, who played behind Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to win the ball in important areas.

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