Arsenal will host Brighton & Hove Albion in the 7th matchweek of the Premier League this Sunday at Emirates Stadium.
Kick Off: 12:00 BST
Date: Sunday 1 October 2017
Venue: Emirates Stadium, London
Referee Appointment: Kevin Friend
Stream Guide: Watch Live
Arsenal remain without Santi Cazorla, Francis Coquelin, and Danny Welbeck.
Jack Wilshere played full game against BATE Borisov in the midweek Europa League clash. He could be getting few minutes against Brighton.
Mesut Ozil is expected to return to the starting lineup, which may drop Aaron Ramsey to a deeper role.
Tomer Hemed is unavailable through suspension. While Glenn Murray has returned to training but is lacking match fitness.
Beram Kayal, Sam Baldock and Steve Sidwell all remain on the sideline through injury.
Manager Chris Hughton is unlikely to make any big changes to the starting eleven. He will go with the similar lineup as of the last few games.
Arsenal have won their last 8 home games in Premier League.
Arsenal have won their last two games against Brighton.
Arsenal are unbeaten in their last three games in Premier League.
Brighton have won only two of their last six games in Premier League.
Arsenal 2 – 0 Brighton, an easy win for the host. Alexis Sanchez likely to break the deadlock with Aaron Ramsey to score in the second half.