Wenger will keep rotating Arsenal team despite unimpressive Europa League draw

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Mathieu Debuchy completed 120 minutes against Norwich last week in the Carabao Cup

04 November, 2017

Arsenal reached the knockout stages despite a goalless draw against Red Star Belgrade at the Emirates.

Winning this game would put Arsenal through to the knockout stages of the Europa League, and would nearly definitely clinch top of the group, depending on how the other group result ends up.

After dropping points for the first time in the UEFA Europa League campaign, Wenger stated he would continue to rotate players for the continental completion.
Arsenal have, by and large, fielded fringe players and youth prospects for the UEFA Europa League while utilising the majority of their established stars for the Premier League. Their next game will be against Manchester City on Sunday, November 5. Languishing in the relegation zone in the Premier League and without a permanent manager since the sacking of Ronald Koeman last week, Everton succumbed to three second-half goals.

Such a scenario will arise if they lose and Group E leaders Atalanta avoid defeat in their game against Apollon Limassol in Cyprus.

However, he spoke before the game of his happiness with fielding essentially two separate sides and will seemingly persevere with that system as the tournament progresses, believing that it offers Arsenal a distinct advantage for the rest of the season.

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However, unbeaten in seven and fresh from four straight wins, Lyon are in formidable form and are determined to go all the way to the final which will be held at their own Groupama Stadium.

IT WAS a mixed night for English teams in the Europa League with Everton bundled out and Arsenal sealing a place in the last-32 knockout stages.

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But they must do so without Argentina midfielder Lucas Biglia, who has been ruled out with a knee problem.

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