Former Arsenal striker Charlie Nicolas thinks teenage wonderkid Bukayo Saka should start against Manchester United on Monday.
The 18-year-old winger made the most of his chance in the Europa League as he scored and provided two assists against Eintracht Frankfurt.
He already has as many goals as £72million signing Nicolas Pepe and there have been calls for Saka to see more game time.
The Gunners have a tough test at Old Trafford on Monday but it could be the ideal time to play United.
They are in a poor run of form after losing to West Ham and having to rely on penalties to beat Rochdale in the Carabao Cup.
Nicholas gave his thoughts on the clash between United and Arsenal to Sky Sports.
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He said: “I am laughing already because we have a tale of two bad defences. Man United have one of the best keepers in the world in David de Gea and the most expensive defender in the world in £80m Harry Maguire. They got picked apart against West Ham and were nowhere near to earning anything from the match. Arsenal have five captains supposedly! Let the games begin!
“Hector Bellerin played a little bit against Nottingham Forest. Ainsley Maitland-Niles is suspended and though Unai Emery has been cautious about him, I think Bellerin should play. Kieran Tierney should be in, but Rob Holding will miss out I think.
“Arsenal will play two protectors – to my amazement, Granit Xhaka will still be in, but I would go with Lucas Torreira and Matteo Guendouzi. I would be happy with Dani Ceballos and then Bukayo Saka, Nicolas Pepe and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. It is that easy and simple for Arsenal.
“On the flip side, who is fit for Manchester United? Marcus Rashford is out; is Anthony Martial ready? If Arsenal can play a more structured game on the counter-attack, I think they will come away with all three points.
“Man United will try to dominate the midfield with aggression, with Scott McTominay and Paul Pogba. Aubameyang and Pepe had chances against Liverpool at Anfield and if they get these chances against Man United I think they will take them. It will make life easier for Arsenal’s defence with Man United’s depleted frontline.”