Arsenal predicted XI to face Wolves: Premier League form must continue

Bukayo Saka, Arsenal (Photo by Sam Bagnall - AMA/Getty Images)
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Granit Xhaka, Arsenal (Photo by Rui Vieira/Pool via Getty Images) /

Thomas Partey

By his standards, Partey underperformed in the last match. But he admitted this and he will be raring to go. Finding full match fitness, it’ll be a test to start two games in quick succession but his presence is needed.

Granit Xhaka

I feel like the form of Xhaka has gone somewhat overlooked recently. The Swiss international midfielder has been a solid member of Arsenal’s midfield and he has done his bit defensively too. He won’t mind the quick turnaround in fixtures.

Martin Odegaard

If the last game is anything to go by, then Smith Rowe needs a rest. And who better to replace him in the starting XI than one of the world’s best young players? Odegaard got his first taste of football at the weekend, but he will get his first start for the Gunners in this fixture.