Arsenal have endured a troubled spell in recent months, with the Gunners boasting just three victories from their previous ten matches across all competitions.
That poor form has seen Arsene Wenger’s side slip to sixth in the Premier League standings and sit seven points behind the top-four, meaning the Gunners will have to improve significantly between now and the end of the campaign if they’re to secure their spot in the Champions League next season.
Given Arsenal’s woeful run, making changes for the remaining matches of the season could be a good call and the Gunners should definitely take a look at altering their formation to provide a different sort of threat.
Arsenal have adopted their current 4-2-3-1 formation for a while now but there are concerns that the set-up doesn’t work, with the deep midfield duo not quite matching their responsibilities and the forward men often finding themselves isolated.
Here, we’ve selected for alternative formations for the Gunners and shown how they could line-up in this set-up.