Date: 28th October 2015 at 9:02am
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After our fans’ starting 11 choice exactly matched Garry Monk’s team selection for last Saturday’s away win at Aston Villa, should the Swansea City boss name an unchanged side this weekend when they host the joint League leaders Arsenal?

Much was said after Garry Monk’s team selection for the home defeat against Stoke City. Gylfi Sigurdsson was dropped to allow Ayew to play through the middle, while Modou Barrow filled the hole on the right wing to try and add some balance across the midfield. It didn’t work, as we already know, Barrow is still not capable of starting games, but he does deserve credit for the impact he made when coming on for the final 15 minutes at Villa – inspiring a comeback win.

It was clear that while Sigurdsson hasn’t been playing to his full potential recently, he was vital to the team, so too was Ki who has struggled to get into the starting eleven – for reasons unknown to us.

Given how much discussion there was about Monk’s changes for the Stoke defeat, we asked our readers last week to send in their preferred line-ups – and the most popular line-up exactly matched how Swansea lined up at Villa Park last Saturday (below).



Therefore, with the team (seemingly) matching the majority of the fans’ wishes, should Monk name an unchanged side for Arsenal on Saturday? Or is there still 1 or 2 changes you’d like to see? Is there a particular player that would be better suited against a talented side like Arsenal? Will Monk maybe swap Ki and Cork around again to get more of a ball winner in the team?

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