Shkodran Mustafi is Arsenal's only fitness concern heading into a final Europa League Group H contest against BATE Borisov other than long-term absentee Santi Cazorla, with Arsene Wenger hopeful that the centre-back will return for Sunday's (10 December) trip to Southampton.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has revealed that defender Shkodran Mustafi is now struggling with a thigh problem. But everybody else looks alright. He's got a little thigh problem, but it's a small one. "It's a possibility - if not Southampton, it will be [for] West Ham", he is quoted as saying on Arsenal's official website.
The Gunners have managed to qualify without using a number of regular first-team players in European games. "Some experienced players need competition so we will play quite an experienced team".
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When asked if having already secured top spot in the group would affect his selection plans, Wenger said: "Not too much, because I have many players available who need competition". The good news is that all our rivals had to play Champions League matches this week which will weaken them for the tests ahead, and it was nice to find out that Manchester City are not invincible after all!
The experience could come from the likes of captain Per Mertesacker, Wilshere, Walcott and Olivier Giroud, while the likes of Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Rob Holding and Reiss Nelson would be hoping to start another Europa League game this season.
Thanks to Wenger's rotation policy, Arsenal players should be stronger and fresher, and we have hardly any injuries to contend with for a change.