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Arsenal vs Wolves: Charlie tells Emery to start these four players

Unai Emery can see off weekend opponents Wolverhampton wanderers if he starts these four players according to Arsenal hero Charlie Nicholas.

Arsenal have won just one of their last four Premier League fixtures, with the Carabao Cup defeat against Liverpool putting more pressure on the manager to deliver a win this weekend.

Nuno Espirito Santo and Wolves have proved to be a thorn to all top-six sides since returning to the Premier League.

But Gunners hero Charlie Nicholas believes the Arsenal manager can see off wolves if he brings the attack to them. Advising the manager to start Alexandre Lacazette, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Nicolas Pepe and Dani Ceballos in Saturday’s fixture.

Arsenal vs Wolves: Charlie tells Emery to start these four players - unai Emery, arsenal

“Will Granit Xhaka start, or will he leave the building before the final whistle? He is done in my opinion.”  Charlie Nicholas told Skysports.

“The anger that has come out from the Arsenal fans has been there for a long time. They are not asking for Unai Emery’s head, but when is he going to get the balance of the team right?

“He cannot solve the major defensive issues, as that is the reality staring everyone in the face.

“I am a massive fan of playing Alexandre Lacazette, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Nicolas Pepe, with Dani Ceballos just behind, so they should see Wolves off.

“These players must start to take the tension off the defenders and produce. I think they will do, while Wolves are still unpredictable in what they want to do and where they are.

“Wolves should have won this game last year when they came to the Emirates. If Wolves have a go, they could win this game easily.

“The crowd are going to be on Arsenal’s case, but they will get over the line in this one.”

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