Mikel Arteta may make two changes to Arsenal’s starting XI for Bayern Munich clash.

Arsenal has experienced a drought in winning both the Premier League and Euro championship titles. However, with their recent strong performance, manager Arteta has the opportunity to break this streak in the coming weeks.

Arsenal’s victory against Brighton showcased their scintillating form, with a 3-0 win and a fourth consecutive clean sheet. Despite their good form, Arteta faces the challenge of making two changes for the upcoming match against Bayern.

Gabriel Martinelli is vying for a starting position, potentially replacing Gabriel Jesus, who has been struggling with persistent knee pain. The team’s front line and midfield are expected to remain largely unchanged, with players like Bukayo Saka and Kai Havertz securing their spots.

In defense, David Raya remains the first-choice goalkeeper, while the centre-back partnership of Gabriel Magalhaes and William Saliba has been formidable. Arteta’s second change, likely to come on the left-hand side, may involve Jakub Kiwior replacing Oleksandr Zinchenko.

Overall, Arsenal is looking to maintain its strong performance and secure victories in the upcoming matches.

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