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With Jack Wilshere returning to training after a spell on the sidelines with an ankle injury, Arsene Wenger is loaded with options.
Specifically, he must choose who to start in central attacking midfield and on the left wing, and three players are in contention for those two slots.
First, there is Lukas Podolski, who has peculiarly not started a game since Arsenal played Bayern Munich on February 19 and was unused during the team's last game against West Brom. The Gunners have coped without his tireless energy and rocket shots, but he deserves to get a look.
Wilshere would start in midfield, of course, but might not be risked from the start after not playing for weeks. He would be an incredible weapon to have on the bench, but Wenger might not be able to resist starting the Englishman if fit.
And finally, there is Santi Cazorla, who must start somewhere based on his virtuoso performances recently. Unlike Podolski and Wilshere, the Spaniard can play in midfield or on the wing, so he provides tactical flexibility.
Each has his advantages, so it will be interesting to see which two ultimately win out.