Arsenal under-21s: Macey, Moore, Kamara, O'Connor, Ormonde-Ottewill, Maitland-Niles, Dobson, Zelalem, Iwobi, Crowley, Hinds
Arsenal play their first game since September 11 this evening when they host Newcastle United looking to maintain a great start to the season.
The Gunners have been superb over the opening part of the season with an unbeaten record from four games; three wins and a single draw giving them ten points.
Arsenal have been able to call on some players in Arsene Wenger’s first team squad, which has given them a quality edge in the second division of the under-21 Premier League.
Newcastle United certainly won’t be intimidated and they have an attack which can scare Arsenal. In fact, it’s the best attack in both divisions of the under-21 Premier Leagues this season.
Newcastle also know that a win would put them level on points with Arsenal and in the driving seat in the group as they still have a game in hand over the young Gunners, which will inspire them to put in a strong performance.