4. Eddie Nketiah
Leandro Trossard was favoured over Nketiah last Saturday, but it was the latter off the bench who helped the Gunners turn the tide after Trossard struggled in the opening period.
While he missed a pair of big chances at Palace, Nketiah has had an excellent start to the season after rounding off his summer with a stellar display in the Emirates Cup against AS Monaco. His smart tap-in against Fulham was his second of the campaign already, and he’s deserving of a return to Arteta’s team.
Eddie scored twice against United in this fixture last season, including a late winner, and is currently the sharpest forward option the boss has at his disposal with Gabriel Jesus perhaps not yet 100% after a few weeks out.
I expect Nketiah to get the nod with Jesus earning minutes off the bench.