Unai Emery must start Nicolas Pepe, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette up front together against Liverpool.
That’s the opinion of Arsenal favourite Ian Wright, who says it is “vitally important” Emery starts players who are comfortable on the ball.
The Gunners travel to Anfield in good form having won their opening two fixtures, but face the European champions who also boast a 100 per cent record this season.
Arsenal’s clashes with Liverpool have been frenetic in the past, and Wright believes the Reds will come out the traps fast on Saturday.
It is for this reason he has called on Gunners boss Emery to start his electric front three to capitalise on the space that will open up when Liverpool are on the attack.
“I think Arsenal now should know that Liverpool, they come out fast,” Wright told Premier League Productions.
“They come out fast, for some reason against Arsenal they come out even faster. Arsenal have got to be ready for that.
“I think that the midfield, in respect of our midfield now, there’s players in there that I feel are more comfortable on the ball.
“This is why it’s vitally important that Pepe starts and Aubameyang and Lacazette.
“If we can win the ball from Liverpool, who are finding their feet, we might be able to get into the spaces that Trent Alexander-Arnold may leave, that Robertson might leave.
“Then all of a sudden you’re giving Liverpool a whole different problem, especially if they’re playing as high as they’ve been playing recently.”