Arsenal continue their pre-season preparation when they face MLS side Orlando City at the Exploria Stadium on Thursday morning (12:30am, UK time).
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Orlando team news
There’s no place for Orlando City goalkeeper Mason Stajduhar who remains sidelined with a jaw injury, and he is joined in the physio room by Gaston Gonzalez with the forward nursing a serious knee injury. Adam Grinwis and Joao Moutinho are both pushing for starts after taking a seat on the substitute bench last time out. Head coach Óscar Pareja may very well be hesitant to pick his strongest starting lineup considering their focus is on finishing their domestic season strongly. That being said, key personnel Mauricio Pereyra and Facundo Torres are both expected to start with former Chelsea man Alexandre Pato leading Orlando’s attack.
Arsenal team news
The injury bug is ravishing Arsenal who had to do without Emile Smith Rowe, Ben White, Kieran Tierney, Takehiro Tomiyasu and Fabio Vieira last time out when facing Everton. The belief is that while none of them are dealing with a serious issue Gunners boss Mikel Arteta is unlikely to risk featuring them, meaning few changes from the Toffees win, such as William Saliba and Gabriel starting again in the heart of Arsenal’s defence. American international Matt Turner could start in goal with Aaron Ramsdale doubtful. Arteta is also expected to revert to a familiar 4-2-3-1 after going to a back-three in the second half against Frank Lampard’s men.
Scoreline prediction: Orlando 1-3 Arsenal
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