Arsenal's Danny Welbeck making case to get more starts - Unai Emery

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Unai Emery has rung in the changes as Arsenal prepare to welcome Brentford to the Emirates for their Carabao Cup third round match.

Although their strong recent form should be enough to see off a visiting team that has lost 11 and won just won of their previous 14 league away games, it is hard to see Arsenal holding firm at the back.

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Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang have started to link up well under the Spanish coach in the Premier League.

A fine Alan Judge free-kick halved the arrears but, despite Brentford outplaying their hosts for much of the second half, substitute Alexandre Lacazette wrapped up the win in stoppage time.

'He gave us his quality and also his commitment every day.

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"Also, it gives more chances for us to find (him) the first XI for the next match with performances like today. I would be happy with Danny Welbeck", Emery told SkySports.

"Their situation individually with the club is one thing for the club and for them", the Spaniard said.

He added: "For Saturday [against Watford] he is another player I can try to help in the first XI". There's the club, the player and the team, and my focus is the team. But also I want another [strong] player on the bench.

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Each match is very important for the players, they can show us and show every supporter and every person their performance.

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