What a difference a week can make in football? Two wins from two means manager Mikel Arteta heads into tomorrow’s game against West Brom with far less pressure on him.
Arsenal were solid, if unspectacular, in the win over Brighton but they should be confident of getting a result at the Hawthorns, with the Baggies having just lost 5-0 at home to Leeds.
This will likely be a slightly less open affair, with manager Sam Allardyce expected to sit eleven men behind the ball, like he did versus Liverpool to secure a 1-1 draw.
So what team should Arteta employ to break down an ultra-defensive opponent? Press the next page as we go through our starting line up for the game.