Arsenal's four best players vs Bodo/Glimt as two usual suspects end hosts' winning streak

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Ben White

The defender may have scratched his head at Arteta’s decision to shift him out to right-back this season, having impressed at centre-back last term, but his positional switch has done his reputation no harm whatsoever. In fact, White’s versatility could see him on the plane to Qatar with growing cries for him to be included in Gareth Southgate’s England World Cup squad. 

Against Bodo/Glimt, the former Brighton man took care of his defensive duties all night but chipped in with powerful runs forward as he and Saka caused problems on the right flank. With his confidence soaring, he even executed a cheeky nutmeg that delighted the traveling Gunners. 



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