Ozil to miss Watford match as Wenger to reward Welbeck with a start


Arsenal will welcome Watford in their next premier league fixture. This will be a must win game for Arsene Wenger as his team will be hoping to get back to winning ways after three consecutive league defeats. And free betting are giving football lovers the chance to get rewarded for their passion.

They will be drawing inspiration from their win against AC Milan in the Europa league and will want to get one over Watford as the Gunners lost the first leg 2-1 at Viccarage road. This means that Wenger will be putting a strong line up out once again.


Petr Cech will return to goal against Watford as he continues his search for his 200th clean sheet. He has gone 10 games without a clean sheet and will hope to end that bad run this weekend.


Bellerin will still be out of this encounter as Wenger will not be willing to rush him back to action. Same is the case With Nacho Monreal. This mean that Callum Chambers will continue is role in the starting lineup.

Saed Kolasinac sustained a minor injury in the match against Milan which means that if he’s not fit, Mitland Niles will be having a shout for a starting shirt this weekend. Koscielny and Mustafi were solid during mid-week and will keep their place in the starting lineup.


Xhaka was imperious during the week and he will definitely be starting against Watford barring any late scare. There seems to be a synergy between Wilshere and Ramsey in recent time and Wenger will continue to start both together.

Mesut Ozil have suffered burn out with loads of games and will be rested for next week return leg against Milan. This was seen as Wenger took him off before the end of the game in Milan.


Danny Welbeck showed many why he should be given a chance in the team as he helped stretch the Milan defense line. This method will be useful against Watford as he will be supporting Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Peirre Emerick Aubamayang.

The trio will be leading the attached line for Arsenal come Sunday. Three points should non-negotiable at the Emirates on Sunday.

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