Eastmond – Bartley – Ayling – Cruise
Lansbury – Frimpong – Coquelin – Wilshere
Thomas – SunuSunu may get the nod ahead of Sachez Watt, but both are quite deserving of their selection in the starting – you may see Lansbury on the bench if form throws Watt into the team. Frimong is a good friend with Thomas Ince, who players for Liverpool (Paul Ince’s son) and will go up head to head with him in midfield.
“I’m going to be playing against Thomas because he plays just off the striker. I’ll be facing him during the game and I’m hope that I can play better than him and stop him playing for Liverpool. I have played with him in the same England team – that’s how I know him. He’s always texting me about the game, when I’m sleeping or when I’m waking up in the morning I’ll get a message saying ‘see you there!’ He is giving me something to look forward to and hopefully I can keep him quiet on the day.”Frimpong was named on the bench against Portsmouth, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see more of him next season. It’s going to be an exciting game – tickets are available for the game (can be bought at the stadium), which will be held at the Emirates and are only £5 for adults and £2 for children, so if you’re not doing anything, go down and support the kids! Good luck boys! If you haven’t already done so, make sure you enter the competition to win a copy of The Italian Job: Inter 1 – 5 Arsenal… the competition closes on the 31st May.]]>