Olympiacos vs Arsenal predicted lineup: Aubameyang seeks revenge

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Mikel Arteta, Kieran Tierney and Hector Bellerin, Arsenal (Photo by PAUL ELLIS/POOL/AFP via Getty Images) /

Arsenal stick firm with a back four

One consistent feature for Mikel Arteta is his use of the back four. While it may have looked like he’d dabble in alternative systems, he has stuck firm with what he’s comfortable with. While it looks shaky at times, I’m sure his persistence will pay off.

I think that there will be only change from the last match, with Hector Bellerin coming in to replace Calum Chambers. Elsewhere, Pablo Mari, David Luiz and Kieran Tierney will start the match. This provides the Gunners with plenty of attacking flair (much more than Chambers would provide) and a solid foundation in the centre of defence.

This is their strongest possible defensive lineup, I would argue.