Arsenal travel to Rapid Vienna in the Europa League on Thursday and Mikel Arteta are likely to talk about the change.
New signing Thomas Part is expected to hand over his first Gunners starting with an offensive role with in-form young Eddie Neckett.
The Gunners lost 1-0 to Manchester City in the Premier League on Saturday and the Spaniard will be looking to refresh things for the trip to Austria.
Bernard Leno will probably hold his place in the goal as there is no doubt that Arteta wants to fight his team’s European campaign to win.
However, the defense saw some new faces in the 5-2-3 formation.
Seed Kolasinak is expected to be the slot in place of Kiran Tierney as left center-back.
After Shakodran Mustafi boarded a flight to Austria, where he is expected to be fit to start alongside Gabriel, Bukayo Saka retains his left wing-back position.
On the contrary, Einstein could take some time to replace Hector Ballerin, who began in the Maitland-Niles Etihad
Manchester came on the bench for his debut in the party but he only played seven minutes and was able to take the booking.
But Arsenal fans can expect to see Ghanaian from the start of Thursday’s Group B clash.
With just 21 minutes off the bench on Saturday, he is set to lead the line instead of Pierre-American Aubamayang in the left of the attacking trio in Alexandre Lacazette.
Arteta could also start the game by attacking Aubameyang.
Alex Ronarson, the outside goal scorer, got gloves instead of Leno.
The party’s midfield partner will depend on how Arteta wants to attack.
The Spaniard could have started 90 minutes against Pep Guardiola’s men, but Danny Siballos could have started, which could have brought Mohamed Eleni back into the team instead.
Reese Nelson last started for Arsenal on 23 September to win the Leicester League Cup and can expect another run out instead of Nicolas Pepe and Willian.
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