VOTE: After Fab's Partizan display, who should be Arsenal's keeper at Chelsea?

By Graham McNorthbank

Arsenal return from Belgrade today following a good result, a decent performance and more importantly a goalkeeper who, quite rightly, has a bit of confidence in his abilities.

Not only did Lukasz Fabianski impress with a great penalty save (without injuring his elbow), but he pulled off another fine stop late on in the game to limit Partizan to just one goal - and that a penalty which he could not be faulted for.

But do us Gooners trust him enough to be the custodian of the gloves against Chelsea this Sunday?

Manuel Almunia should be fit for the game and Arsene Wenger has already hinted that Fabianski's performance last night may not be enough to ensure a place in the starting 11.

In my opinion, goalkeeping has a lot to do with confidence and with Lukasz on a high and Almunia presumably at the other end of the scale given his match losing antics last Saturday, I know who I'd choose, but do you lot agree? Access our poll by clicking the 'read more' button below and vote now!