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How Arsenal are expected to line up at Crystal Palace with Jesus, Zinchenko and more

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Arsenal heading into the new season.Mikel Arteta's side have been uncharacteristically efficient in the transfer market, swooping quickly and quietly for their targets, and paying smart money for them too.Last season might have ended painfully, but few expected the Gunners to even get close to the top four, and after adding goals, experience, depth and defensive solidity to their squad over the past few weeks, there's genuine belief that their Champions League exile has only one more year left to run.READ MORE: Arsenal player wages list shows Thomas Partey and Nicolas Pepe both in the top threeThey kick-off their Premier League campaign against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park this evening, and fans around the country will be on tenterhooks to see just how Arteta's budding new-look side will line up.Here's what we at Daily Star Sport reckon he'll go with: (4-2-3-1)Goalkeeper: Aaron RamsdaleWith Bernd Leno sealing a move to Fulham this week, Ramsdale's place in the line up is pretty much untouchable, if it wasn't already.

Matt Turner has arrived from New England Revolution but won't do anything other than deputise for the time being.How do you think Arsenal will line up?

Let us know in the comments section below.Defence: Benjamin White, William Saliba, Gabriel Magalhaes, Oleksandr ZinchenkoZinchenko will get his first of what we presume will be many games at left back this evening, given Kieran Tierney's injury record, while White will be shunted out to the right to accommodate for Saliba, who has arguably been Arsenal's best player in pre-season.

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