Arsenal’s Best Possible Starting Squad to Face Chelsea

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Hector Bellerin

I hesitated a bit on this one after seeing Mathieu Debuchy play so successfully against Reading. However, Debuchy is fresh off a serious injury and he played a full 120 minutes. As such, I don’t see Arsene Wenger sending him out for another go.

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Hector Bellerin has proven to be more than capable and although he met with a slight dip in form, he’s still currently our best option. While he isn’t nearly as physical as Debuchy, his speed will match up well with the speedy wingers that Chelsea employs.

Not only that, but if Diego Costa and Didier Drogba are both really out, then Bellerin will have no big physical strikers to deal with. Loic Remy would be the only concern but he’s no Costa.

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