Wenger To Make 9 Changes: Predicted Arsenal XI vs Cologne

Wenger To Make 9 Changes: Predicted Arsenal XI vs Cologne

Wenger To Make 9 Changes: Predicted Arsenal XI vs Cologne

There may be an important lesson there for the manager and Arsenal 20 years on. "If you are going to get knocked out, you are better off doing it early on so you can concentrate on the other trophies".

Hector Bellerin is confident Arsenal can reproduce Chelsea's success of last season by overcoming a shaky start to the 2017-18 campaign to clinch the Premier League title.

Francis Coquelin, meanwhile, is out for three weeks after sustaining a hamstring injury in the victory over Bournemouth last time out.

"It is a good opportunity to show we can cope", Wenger told reporters when asked about the challenging double-header this week.

"Obviously if we play well and we play our game and we are very focused on this Europa League, we want to go and win it, we are very ambitious and I am looking forward to the game tomorrow". The team which started at Highbury that night was essentially that which delivered the double: David Seaman, Lee Dixon, Adams, Steve Bould, Nigel Winterburn, Ray Parlour, Emmanuel Petit, Patrick Vieira, Marc Overmars, Dennis Bergkamp and Ian Wright. "When you play Wednesday-Saturday it's similar to Thursday-Sunday".

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"No", he said. "The disappointment for not finishing in the top four was there, of course, but unfortunately we were one point short".

"Every game is an opportunity for him, and this season is a good opportunity for him".

Arsenal are used to juggling midweek fixtures with weekend ones, with the only difference being that they are in the Europa League rather than the Champions League this term.

Olivier Giroud is expected to come in to lead the attack in his first start of the season while if Walcott is deployed on the right then we could see Alex Iwobi also making a rare start. "It's true I was close to leaving because I wanted to play", Giroud said, as quoted by the Liverpool Echo.

"He had been out so many times after suffering bad tackles and had just come back from a fracture". "We got 75 points a year ago and overall, I am humble enough to be happy to win every competition".

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