Arsenal take on Hull City at the Wembley stadium in Saturday’s evening time kick-off.
The match which is the last game for Arsenal this term will see the Gunners lift their first trophy in 9-years should the Gunners triumph over the Tigers.
With just 90 minutes left of football in Arsenal’s season. You can make a convincing case that the 90 against Hull City at Wembley stadium will certainly be Arsenal’s most important match yet.
Here is my predicted starting line up for FA Cup final…
Lukas Fabianski will definitely return in goal for Arsenal against Hull City. There should not be any misconception about who to start in goal as Arsene Wenger has already said in the past that the Arsenal second choice goalkeeper who was the hero in semi-final match against Wigan will start at goal for the Gunners provided he’s available to do so.
Bacary Sagna: The Frenchman When fit is Wenger’s first choice any day and will equally be a sure bet for the clash at Wembley.
Kieran Gibbs: After being out with an ankle injury and returning for the Gunners in the last premier league match of the season it is expected that Gibbs will once again deputise in defence for Arsenal against Wembley.
Per Mertesacker: The BFG is also another sure bet for the clash at Wembley. With the German currently the most capped Arsenal player this season.
Laurent Koscielny: Koscielny will definitely start – pairing with Mertesacker at the heart of the defense.
Arteta: The Spaniard should once again feature for the Gunners against Hull City. The Spaniard has made 42 appearances for Arsenal this season in which many of them happen to be big games. so it is expected that the 32-year-old will be picked ahead of Mathiue Flamini.
Aaron Ramsey: The Welshman put up a fine display against Norwich in our last premier league match of the season, capping it with a superb volley-goal. It is expected that the prolific midfielder would once again start against the Tigers at Wembley.
Santiago Carzola: Carzola should yet again make another appearance for the gunners against Hull City, and he is likely to have a good game with Ozil and Ramsey in the Arsenal midfield as the trio have in the past worked well together in the middle of the park as well as going forward.
Mesut Ozil: It’s simple and short. The German is a sure bet for the match against Hull City. No reason whatsoever as to why he wont start at Wembley.
Lukas Podolski: The German has been in a sensational goal form for Arsenal in the last couple of games for the Gunners and due to his current goal scoring form he will surely be handed another start against The Tigers at Wembley.
Giroud: There’s been misconception as to who will lead the line for the Gunners at Wembley, with the other option being Yaya Sanogo. But in a match of this magnitude i believe there should be no sentiments as regards who to start as Giroud remains the better option for Arsenal if the Gunners are expected to have an easy run against Hull City tomorrow.
It is Expected that with this line up the gunners should comfortably cruise to a 3-1 victory (my guess). going by the team’s current burst of confidence upfront with the return of key player and also coupled with the support from the fans. COYG!!!
What are your guesses?