Arsenal have rung in the changes to their team with Rob Holding, Takehiro Tomiyasu and Gabriel Martinelli coming into the side.
Mikel Arteta has changed the side that beat Manchester United, with three players coming in for the West Ham United clash. Takehiro Tomiyasu returns to the lineup after a long time out through injury.
There’s also a place for Rob Holding, who replaces Ben White in the team, with the centre-back not featuring in the matchday squad altogether. There’s also a start for Gabriel Martinelli, who replaces Emile Smith Rowe on the attacking side of things.
📋 Today's lineup is in…
🇯🇵 Tomiyasu starts!
🇪🇬 Mo Elneny in midfield
🏴 Nketiah leads the line
— Arsenal (@Arsenal) May 1, 2022
Gabriel and Nuno Tavares keep their spots, while Aaron Ramsdale remains the first choice goalkeeper for the Gunners. In central midfield, there are no changes as Mohamed Elneny and Granit Xhaka keep their places in a double-pivot, which has been effective in recent games.
Bukayo Saka, as expected, is fit to start on the right-hand side of the attack. Martin Odegaard is available to complement him in the final third, with Eddie Nketiah leading the line ahead of Alexandre Lacazette, who finds himself again on the bench. Martinelli is preferred to Smith Rowe on the left side of the front three.
Arsenal Starting Lineup: Ramsdale, Tomiyasu, Holding, Gabriel, Tavares, Elneny, Xhaka, Saka, Odegaard, Martinelli, Nketiah