Five Things Arsenal must do to Down Monaco, Including Sitting Francis Coquelin

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… But be Ready to Sub On Danny Welbeck Early

Arsene Wenger isn’t normally in the habit of subbing players early unless they’re in desperate need of a rest. But as mentioned, the tactics have to change a little when the situation is this desperate.

As you may have noticed, I suggested the starting of Theo Walcott. However, if it starts to go the way the West Ham game went, where Theo Walcott couldn’t buy a goal, then changes have to be made, preferably around the 60th minute or so to give a hopefully-inspired Danny Welbeck some time to work some hopeful magic.

Welbeck should still be riding the momentum of his winning goal against Manchester United. Let’s hope he can make it last. Or if not, let’s hope Walcott does enough to not need a sub.