Arsenal have taken a short trip to Switzerland to face the tough Europa League encounter against FC Zurich tonight. Gunners in a group stage fixture have started on away soil but Arteta has a good squad to challenge the home side.
Despite injuries to Partey with thigh problem as well as Elneny is struggling with hamstring injury. While Smith Rowe picked a knock in last outing against United in Premier League encounter at Old Trafford.
However with Daily Mail reporting that Arsenal are favourites to win this season Europa League trophy with 12% as Gracenote in the latest data claims so. United are playing Real Sociedad but have 9% chances of winning the competition.
Meanwhile in between the sticks Arteta has picked Matt Turner to show his good work. While the last line of defence has seen the likes of Kieran Tierney, Magalhaes, Rob and Tomiyasu to try keep a clean sheet.
The midfield has Xhaka, Lokonga and Fabio Vieira in which an attacking trio of Marquinhos, Gabriel Martinelli and Nketiah are expected to score goals for the visitors in this fixture. White as well as Zinchenko, Jesus, Odegaard and Saliba start from the bench.
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