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The Only Way Arsenal Can Line Up Without Injured Midfield Trio, With Youngster Taking Unfamiliar Role

How Arsenal’s XI will look after recent injury crisis.Arsenal are already facing a real crisis with injuries this season after losing Mikel Arteta, Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere after this weekend’s game against Tottenham Hotspur.

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Ramsey is the biggest blow, with the Welshman supposedly set to miss the next month or more, following a lengthy injury spell that saw him miss so much of last season as well.

Arteta and Wilshere may return after a few games, but Arsene Wenger is facing a real selection headache as he goes into a big game against Chelsea this week, with the returning Abou Diaby surely not yet fit enough to start in such a big Premier League game.

Here’s the only way Arsenal can think about lining up now, in what could make worrying reading for Gunners fans:

Goalkeeper and defence:

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Although Wenger may be tempted to move Calum Chambers into midfield, the summer signing from Southampton will surely continue at right-back to fill in for the injured Mathieu Debuchy, with Spanish youngster Hector Bellerin not yet looking ready to be a regular at this level after being thrown in at the deep end against Borussia Dortmund in a recent Champions League clash.

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