Well, its the final game of the season and it’s a massive one.
Arsenal have the chance to become undisputed FA Cup kings if they win, while also having the pleasure of denying Chelsea a double into the bargain.
So how will they line up against Antonio Conte’s men?
Yes, David Ospina is Arsenal’s cup keeper but even though he’s back from injury, he shouldn’t be starting this game. When I originally wrote this post I opted for Petr Cech, but since then reports are coming out that Wenger will start the Colombian.
It’s a cup final and we should play our best keeper, but even if you decide to stick with your cup keeper, should you really stick with one who is more than half out the door, has said he wants to leave, and hasn’t played for the past load of weeks because he’s been injured?
Since his own return from injury, Cech has excelled and this should be a no-brainer.