Posted on Monday, 17th September 2012 by Tony Merakli
I think it’s fair to say we’ve had a fine start to the new Premier League season – eight points from a possible 12, scored eight goals, conceded one (stupidly) and currently unbeaten. Better than last season that’s for sure.
Tomorrow night begins our 15th consecutive Champions League campaign, and we start our journey away to Ligue 1 champions Montpellier – a side who have never partaken in Europe’s finest competition.
Domestically, the French side have endured a poor start in Ligue 1, acquiring just four points in their first five games, with manager Rene Girard accusing his side of performing like ‘juniors’.
Needless to say there is not better time to play Girard’s side, especially when you consider our impressive form.
So having thrashed Southampton 6-1 at The Emirates on Saturday afternoon, and just three days to prepare for the game against Montpellier, will/should Arsene Wenger make some changes to his side?
In my opinion, yes he should, especially with a trip to Manchester City five days later.
So what should Wenger’s starting line-up look like tomorrow night?
Well here’s how I see Le Boss playing it:
Jenkinson Mertesacker Vermaelen Gibbs
Gervinho deserves to start the game following his impressive display against The Saints, while Aaron Ramsey will come in to freshen things up in midfield.
Back four should stay the same.
Not major changes to the side, but one or two players will more than likely be rested for the City game on Sunday afternoon.
So, who do you guys reckon should start for us tomorrow night against Montpellier?
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