Arsenal travel to Manchester tomorrow knowing that anything less than a victory against Alex Ferguson's reigning champions will once again see their hosts lift the Premier League trophy.
Given that its the Gunners' penultimate game of the season, Arsene Wenger shouldn't feel the need to rest any of his players and with Andrey Arshavin fit again, perhaps our diminuitive Russian can inspire his team mates to a better performance than they turned in against the Mancs in the Champions League semi finals.
Lukasz Fabianski will retain his place in goal as Manuel Almunia is ruled out with injury and he is joined on the sidelines by Gael Clichy, William Gallas and Eduardo.
That means we'll probably see a back four of Sagna, Toure, Silvestre and Gibbs, although I'd still like to see Djourou picked ahead of Silvestre as it's surely time to test our youth rather than give a sentimental run-out to a player who in my opinion is so far over the hill that we should lose sight of him.
In midfield I'd start with Eboue, Fabregas, Denilson and Arshavin, with Nasri and Walcott possible coming on later in the game, while up front I'd select Nicklas Bendtner alongside RvP. I still believe that Adebayor is a better player than Bendtner, but his attitude stinks while our Big Dane taught him a lesson in how to react to adverse headlines when he worked his socks off against Chavski last weekend.
With nothing more than pride to play for the Arsenal could just provide a shock for the Mancs, who are undoubtedly under pressure to win the league early on home turf, so keep
the faith my fellow Addicts.
Share your thoughts on team selection here. For the record here's what my starting line up would be:
Sagna Toure Djourou Gibbs
Eboue Fabregas Denilson Arshavin