Mesut Ozil – Because who else is going to supply the goals? Laurent Koscielny – Koscielny is quick and a great tackler so there would be no need to play a midfielder at the back for Arsenal. 5 5 Petr Cech – Click the arrow, right, to see the rest of Arsenal’s five-a-side team – Cech is one of the top keepers in the world and would probably be able to play without his trademark headguard. 5 5 5 Arsenal may have faltered recently in their quest for the Premier League this season, but how would they fare in a five-a-side league?As all amateur footballers will testify to, the five-man game is a completely different animal to it’s 11-a-side big brother.Long balls become useless, the big man who is good in the air is redundant (sorry, Olivier Giroud) and the strong-tackling hard man is pinged every time he risks his knees sliding on the astro-turf (so no Francis Coquelin then).So who would make your team’s five-a-side from the current crop of players? talkSPORT look at who would be the likely line-ups.Click the arrow above, right, to see the Arsenal five a-side team.Disagree? Let us know your selection in the comments section below!TOTTENHAM’S FIVE-A-SIDE TEAMLIVERPOOL’S FIVE-A-SIDE TEAMMAN CITY’S FIVE-A-SIDE TEAMMAN UNITED’S FIVE-A-SIDE TEAMCHELSEA’S FIVE-A-SIDE TEAM Alexis Sanchez – Sanchez is quick, powerful and a strong finisher and would be a demon to play against. Jack Wilshere – Assuming he is fit enough for a 40-minute kick around, Wilshere would be a great five-a-side player with his short passing and clever link-up play.