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Arsenal predicted XI vs Brighton: Alexandre Lacazette dropped as Ljungberg starts Nicolas Pepe

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With seven games to play before New Years' Day, the north London side will need to take full advantage of the festive period.

With this in mind, Gabriel Martinelli could get the Premier League start his performances deserve as Nicolas Pepe starts off the right.



Arsenal return to Emirates Stadium looking to build of the 2-2 draw away at Norwich on the weekend.



December's congested nature may also give Ljungberg a chance to bring Rob Holding back into the side.

"We started extremely well (against Norwich), playing very well offensively, we have a problem transition-wise so they got shots on target from an 80-yard sprint," he said ahead of Brighton's visit.

Making his debut as interim head coach at Carrow Road, Freddie Ljungberg was encouraged with the Gunners' attacking display but admitted their defence is a problem he needs to fix.

Currently seven points off the top four in eighth place, facing Brighton at home gives them a chance to kick-start a disappointing season.
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