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There’s optimism aplenty at Selhurst Park with Crystal Palace hoping a busy summer’s recruitment can help them build on last season’s 12th place finish in the Premier League (PL). There’s a literal building job also on the horizon with the club committed to redeveloping their ground, and fans are eager to see if manager Patrick Vieira can guide them to a first top-half finish since 2014/15.

Coincidentally, they opened that season against Arsenal too, losing 2-1, so even another H2H loss isn’t necessarily a bad omen – not that ex-Gunner Vieira will see it that way. Eagles fans will hope for a repeat of the 3-0 win in this corresponding fixture last term, part of an ongoing six-match unbeaten run at home in the league.

Although Arsenal’s fifth-place finish last term represented progress and justified the faith shown in manager Mikel Arteta, for much of the season they seemed on course for a top-four place, so that will be the minimum target for the North Londoners this term. With that in mind, Arteta has refreshed his still-youthful squad in the summer including signing Gabriel Jesus, Fábio Vieira and Oleksandr Zinchenko.

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This London derby offers an early test of how those new players have settled following a positive pre-season including a 4-0 win over Chelsea and a 6-0 thrashing of Sevilla! Improving their away form could be key to Arsenal’s season, however, particularly as they conceded a joint league-high 65% of their PL goals last term on the road.

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Arsenal possible starting lineup:

Ramsdale; White, Saliba, Gabriel, Zinchenko; Xhaka, Partey; Saka, Odegaard, Martinelli; Jesus

Players to watch: Six of Wilfried Zaha’s seven PL goals here for Crystal Palace last term opened the scoring, while four of Gabriel Jesus’ five PL goalscoring appearances last season were in games producing over 3.5 goals.

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