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Friday, November 12, 2010

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fourth round of the Carling or League Cup. The Gunners are on a high, boasting successive League wins alongside thrashing rivals Tottenham in the previous round with a relatively second string sideHowever Newcastle are in a similar position having just beaten West Ham 2-1. The Toons return to the Premier League has evoked some promising football, and Chris Hughton's men will be eager to knock out a big name side and reinstate their presence in English football.The Carling Cup is always an exciting prospect for Arsenal fans as fringe players and boom youngsters are often blooded. Furthermore, Arsenal are often at their most exciting best during Cup tournaments which provides a great atmosphere for all viewers Albeit, it remains unclear whether Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will opt to utilize his highly renown youngsters or continue with first teamers to bolster the Gunners chances. None the less this article will attempt to predict and establish a starting XI for the GunnersWenger always utilize a reserve keeper in Cup matches, but currently at the Emirates, it is tough to determine who is the current deputy and first choice shotstopper. With Lukasz Fabianski in immense form and starting in the last five Arsenal encounters, the Polish international is destined for a rest. Manuel Almunia has been nursing an elbow injury sustained against West Bromwich Albion in late SeptemberThe Spaniard has regained fitness, but there is still the burning presence of Wojciech Szczensy.The highly touted youngster, who Wenger believes is the future Arsenal No. 1, is yet to appear in this campaign and recently voiced his frustration of lack of first team time, threatening to depart come January.Whether Wenger opts to reward the 20-year-old with his second Arsenal appearance or enable Manuel Almunia to reinstate his worth as the Arsenal No. 1 remains to be unseen, but Almunia looms as theThomas Vermaelen has been absent from Arsenal's last 10 matches thanks to an Achilles injury sustained against Blackburn Rovers on August 28th. The Belgium, who is considered Arsenal's best defender and the leader of the backline, is expected to make his return against theLikewise with fellow centre half Laurent Koscielny who had been battling a back injury sustained against Chelsea three weeks ago. The Frenchman was named on the bench for the Gunners weekend win against Manchester City and will partner with Vermaelen at the heart of the defence.Emmanuel Eboue is expected to deputize for Bacary Sagna at right back, but there is also the presence of boom youngster Harvard Nordtveit to be wary of. The Norwegian starlet has spent the last three seasons on loan with various clubs in Europe and is still yet to make his long awaited Arsenal debut. However
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