Date: 25th September 2017 at 12:29pm
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Arsenal welcome West Brom to The Emirates tonight.

The Gunners most recent performance away to Chelsea suggests Arsene Wenger’s side are making progress when it comes to clashing with top teams away from home.

However, it’s important for Arsenal fans not to get carried away with the togetherness shown by the players – it was only a draw after all.

Neither Alexis Sanchez or Mesut Ozil started at Stamford Bridge. Sanchez was rested for a second successive league game, while Ozil was sidelined with a knee problem.

Both are in line to make a return against Tony Pulis’ side, but a proportion of the Arsenal fanbase now claim the club is better off without them.

Last season, it was Olivier Giroud who was the difference between the sides. Arsenal’s resident super-sub grabbed a late goal to give the Gunners a 1-0 win in December.

There have been calls for Giroud to receive more game time. Take a look at how we think Arsene Wenger should line up his forwards…


Arsenal are expected to have the majority of the ball tonight, so a switch to four at the back should be taken.

After recovering from a knee injury, Ozil is likely to return to his trusty No 10 role to provide opportunities for those ahead of him.