Jesus, Havertz, and Smith Rowe start as Arsenal’s starting lineup against Brentford, with Lewis-Skelly making his debut.

London’s writers support Mikel Arteta regarding the starting lineup for Wednesday night’s Carabao Cup match between Arsenal and Brentford.

It will be very interesting to see which team Mikel Arteta chooses for Arsenal on Wednesday because nobody knows what he will do against Brentford, which is in keeping with how the season has gone so far.

Could players like Aaron Ramsdale, Jakub Kiwior, and Emile Smith Rowe return to the starting lineup along with debuts for Amario Cozier-Duberry and Reuell Walters given that it is a Carabao Cup match and that the Gunners have historically used it to rotate and give opportunities to promising young players?


Football, as Arteta finds himself in a bit of a pickle.

The writers from London Tashan Deniran-Alleyne, Tom Canton, and Kaya Kaynak are there to help the Spanish tactician.

They list their respective starting lineups for Arsenal’s matchup with Brentford below.

Chief writer for Arsenal is Kaya Kaynak.

To not want to see Aaron Ramsdale return for this game would take someone who is pretty cruel.

If Arteta chooses Karl Hein, as he did in the third round of the Carabao Cup last year, I can only imagine the chaos that would result.

I personally want to rest as many members of the starting lineup as I can.

As a result, Takehiro Tomiyasu will move to the left back position, and Cedric will return to the right. Reuell Walters would receive his first senior Arsenal start in place of Jakub Kiwior at center back.

In this manner, the entire back four can be rested.

Jorginho and Mohamed Elneny will be paired together in midfield as I aim for a bit more experience. Emile Smith Rowe is currently leading as the creative force.


I’ll then target Reiss Nelson on the left in the forward line and Fabio Vieira on the right.

After how Eddie Nketiah performed over the weekend, I believe Kai Havertz has a legitimate chance to score his first competitive goal for Arsenal up top.

Why not give the German a chance?

The starting lineup for Kaynak’s Arsenal against Brentford is Ramsdale; Cedric; Walters; Kiwior; Tomiyasu; Jorginho; Elneny; Smith Rowe; Vieira; Havertz; and Nelson.

Bukayo Saka may miss the next two games for Arsenal, according to Mikel Arteta, who confirmed a new injury concern.

Author for Arsenal is Tom Canton.

I’m going to start this off with what will undoubtedly come across as a brazenly haughty statement, but I simply don’t have the enthusiasm for an Arsenal League Cup run. I never want Arsenal to lose (unless it costs Tottenham the league or something), but if the Gunners dropped out of what is the team’s fifth priority behind the Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup, and top four race – yes, that might still be a thing for us – I definitely think a single sleep would help me get over the disappointment.

With that, my team reflects a side that should rest its stars ahead of a crucial away game at Bournemouth at the weekend, but also gives players a chance to get playing time and possibly gain confidence.

Aaron Ramsdale must start because another omission would be disastrous for the team’s harmony; even if they were ruthless, it wouldn’t make sense.

Gabriel’s consistency is paired with a variety of rotational options in the defense. Takehiro Tomiyasu and Jakub Kiwior are present for this reason, so please don’t put William Saliba or Oleksandr Zinchenko at risk.

Jorginho, who has excelled for the youth team and impressed in preseason, is given a chance to play alongside the exciting Myles Lewis-Skelly in the middle of the field.

As Fabio Vieira fills the Martin Odegaard position, Kai Havertz needs to gain confidence.

I would start him up top for this game, with Reiss Nelson and Emile Smith Rowe on either side of him.

Let’s hope for objectives and advancement, but let’s also hope that there won’t be a meltdown in the worst case.

The starting lineup for Canton’s Arsenal against Brentford is as follows: Ramsdale; Cedric; Tomiyasu; Gabriel; Kiwior; Jorginho; Lewis-Skelly; Vieira; Nelson; Smith Rowe; and Havertz.

Writer for Arsenal, Tashan Deniran-Alleyne.

In this campaign, Arsenal must succeed.

Even though winning the Carabao Cup may not be everyone’s top priority, Mikel Arteta shouldn’t take it lightly because the goal of making significant summer transfers is to have a team that can compete on all fronts.

Although Declan Rice, Leandro Trossard, Bukayo Saka, and Gabriel Martinelli are unlikely to play against Brentford due to injuries, the Spaniard can still select a potent lineup.

After missing three games, Aaron Ramsdale returns here, and he has something to prove after David Raya stole his starting spot.

In defense, I believe it’s time for Ben White and William Saliba to take a break, which means Cedric Soares will make a rare start at right defender with Takehiro Tomiyasu on the other flank. Jakub Kiwior will resume his central defensive partnership with Gabriel Magalhaes, who should be rested after missing the first three games of the season.


Emile Smith Rowe needs to start in midfield alongside Jorginho and Fabio Vieira.

While this is going on, my attack consists of Gabriel Jesus and Kai Havertz because it’s crucial for both of them to develop their match sharpness and confidence, with Reiss Nelson getting the nod on the left.

Ramsdale; Cedric, Kiwior, Gabriel, Tomiyasu; Jorginho, Smith Rowe, Vieira; Jesus, Havertz, and Nelson make up Deniran-Alleyne’s Arsenal starting lineup against Brentford.

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