Brighton's Republic of Ireland duo Shane Duffy and Aaron Connolly have to be content with places on the bench as they host Arsenal.
Meanwhile, Arsenal have been forced to mix things up after their chastening trip to Manchester on Wednesday night.
Arsenal's David Luiz leaves the field after getting a red card during the English Premier League soccer match between Manchester City and Arsenal at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, England, Wednesday, June 17, 2020. The English Premier League resumes Wednesday after its three-month suspension because of the coronavirus outbreak. (Laurence Griffiths/Pool via AP)
Their new-look attack features marquee-signing Pepe, and French star Lacazette.
Meanwhile, German superstar Ozil makes the bench after not being included in the match squad when the side lost to Man City.
Despite their struggles, Arsenal are still only 6-points behind Manchester United in fifth with a game in hand, which should be the cutoff point for Champions League qualification (that will only change if Man City's ban is rescinded, which looks like an increasingly unlikely possibility).
Brighton sit in 15th - only 2 points clear of the drop zone.
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