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Looking at Arsenal’s group, this is arguably the toughest fixture of the lot. Mikel Arteta’s side travel away to the Austrian Bundesliga’s second-place team, who have scored 10 goals and conceded just three in their four league games so far.
They’ve also won their two cup matches 5-0 and 5-1, though they’ll be disappointed to have crashed out of UEFA Champions League qualifying to Gent after beating NK Lokomotiva in the previous round. Hence their inclusion in the Europa League instead.
I’d still expect Arteta to rotate heavily, coming off the back of a match against Manchester City with Leicester City at the weekend. But perhaps he’ll also include a couple of starters to balance things out.
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This is one area where I think Arteta will stick with his first-choice option. The Europa League is an opportunity to give Rúnar Alex Rúnarsson his debut, but only once the team are a bit more secure in their chances of progression.
For now, it’s too much of a risk to be throwing Rúnarsson in, so I’m predicting Bernd Leno to start.
Arsenal have a little bit of a problem at centre-back. Of the players on the books, William Saliba and Sokratis Papastathopoulos are not in the Europa League squad. Rob Holding picked up an injury on the weekend and may miss this one too.
Pablo Mari isn’t back to full fitness yet, and we’ll have to wait for further updates on Shkodran Mustafi and Calum Chambers. For now, we’ll assume neither are available quite yet. Though they’re clearly very close now.
NAME: Rapid Wien – Arsenal
DATE: 22 Oct 2020
TIME: 16:55 UTC
VENUE: Allianz Stadion, Vienna, Austria