The gunners will be travelling to Germany this week to face their Europa League opponents FC Koln was they hope to confirm their qualification to the next round.
The gunners have been pretty fantastic in the Europa League this season because they have not lost even a single game in the four group stage matches so far played with having three wins and one draw.
Arsenal have released their squad to play against the German club this Thursday night.
David Ospina, Macey
Holding, Mertesacker, Debuchy, Chambers.
Nelson, Coquelin, Elneny, Wilshere,
Giroud, Welbeck, Akpom
McGuane, Osei-Tutu, Da Silva, Sheaf( PICTURE: GETTY)
The gunners will be very happy that Olivier Giroud is back from his short injury so he is expected to get started in the lineup right away tomorrow because he has not been getting chances in the English Premier League so he is always given chances in the Europa League.
Arsenal will need just a draw in order to qualify for the next round because they are currently first on their group H table after securing three wins and one draw, getting 10 points. Arsene Wenger is expected to start a squad full of youngsters tomorrow because there isn’t much pressure on this game even though they need one point to confirm their qualification to the round of 32.
The gunners missed out on a UEFA Champions League spot for the first time in 19 years and will be playing the Europa League, gooners believe that it will be somehow easy for them to win this European competition.
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