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For those who want to see the future of the Premier League in the midfield, the battle between Aaron Ramsey and James Ward-Prowse will be of definite interest.
Due to their versatility on the field, Ramsey and Ward-Prowse may not actually mark each other regularly.
Wenger may elect to play his Welsh prodigy in a more defensive role due to the absence of Mathieu Flamini because of suspension. Meanwhile, Pochettino has the option to play Ward-Prowse centrally or out wide, depending on who else he includes in the starting 11.
But both players have the makings of true box-to-box midfielders for years to come.
Most people notice Ramsey's offensive skills—and for good reason. The 22-year-old already has six goals and four assists to his credit this season. Ramsey is also a very efficient passer, completing 85.6 percent of his passes.
However, one would be foolish to overlook his defensive prowess. Ramsey averages 4.8 tackles per match, which is only second to Liverpool's Lucas Leiva.
While Ward-Prowse doesn't produce the same type of numbers Ramsey does, the 19-year-old has shown signs of why his is a star in the making.
The Southampton academy graduate leads the Premier League in accurate crosses with 3.0 per match, and also ranks highly with 2.1 key passes per match and an 86 percent pass completion rate. His pinpoint passing and set-piece ability has already drawn comparisons to David Beckham.
Even if you just watched the two No. 16s and no one else, you would probably receive full value for your ticket on Saturday.