Posted on Monday, 18th February 2013 by Tony Merakli
The Champions League now remains our only hope of ending our trophy drought.
Wenger rested a few key players over the weekend and as such we are all expecting the Frenchman to field his strongest side against the formidable German outfit tomorrow.
A win or positive result even, is most definitely required to lift spirits at the club and get some of the Arsenal boo-boys back on Wenger’s side. Should an absolute mauling ensue then it could well have a detrimental effect on the side and derail The Gunners further.
So with that in mind, what should our starting line-up look like against Bayern?
Many will agree with how I think Wenger should set the team out:
Sagna Koscielny Vermaelen Monreal
This game has Olivier Giroud written all over it. He will have to use his power and strength to hold up the ball and bring others into play, while also winning the ball aerially.
It is no doubt going to be a very difficult and tight contested game. But these players will need to show us what they are made of when the going gets tough.
So, who do you guys reckon should start for us against Bayern at The Emirates?
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Tags: Arjen Robben, Arsenal, Arsene Wenger, Bacary Sagna, Bayern Munich, Franck Ribery, Laurent Koscielny, Lukas Podolski, Nacho Monreal, Olivier Giroud, Theo Walcott, Thomas Vermaelen
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