The gunners will tomorrow face Bate Borisov at the Emirates Stadium and they will be hoping to overturn the one nil defeat in Belarus by eliminating them from the competition in the second leg. Arsenal’s list of injured players has reduced as per the latest team news on Arsenal’s official website.
Aaron Ramsey missed Arsenal’s match against Huddersfield Town and Bate Borisov because of a knee injury but he has however returned to full training ahead of the return leg. This is great news for the fans because the Welshman is one of their creative players and so they will be hoping that Unai Emery includes him in the starting eleven that faces the Belarusian club.
Arsenal defender Rob Holding has been on the sidelines for months now and the club has claimed that he is still recovering from his surgery. Hector Bellerin and Danny Welbeck are also still recovering from their surgeries so we might never see them this season because they haven’t begun light training.
Alexandre Lacazette will of course miss Arsenal’s game against Bate Borisov on Thursday because he received a red card in the first leg after he hit a player with his elbow because of frustration. This will be a must win game for the gunners because they want to win this competition so that they can get automatic qualification to the UEFA Champions League if they don’t finish in the Premier League top four.