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Arsenal have been one of the strongest sides in the Premier League so far this season but have needed plenty of luck to stand any chance of reaching the knockout stages of the Champions League.
After four group stages matches, it looked as though the Gunners were doomed in Europe’s elite club competition but a convincing 3-0 victory over Dinamo Zagreb and Olympiakos’ 4-0 defeat to Bayern Munich has left Arsenal within touching distance of the next round. Beat the Greek side in Greece and the Gunners will secure their place in the next round. Anything less, and they’re out.
Wenger’s men will be quietly confidence of picking up all three points in Greece but will be way of the threat that Olympiakos pose, especially at home. It is one of the most hostile atmospheres in Europe and Arsenal will have their work cut out to secure the victory, especially as the Gunners have lost all three of their previous away fixtures against Olympiakos.
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The Gunners are currently dealing with a number of injury problems but Wenger’s men should be able to overcome their losses ahead of the crucial Champions League clash on December 9th.
The likes of Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain MIGHT be pushing for a return from injury by then and both players would give a much-needed boost to Arsenal’s squad. After losing Francis Coquelin earlier this week, it would be a fresh change to hear some positive news on the injury front in the coming weeks.
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So, will Arsenal beat the Greek champions? It will be tough but they definitely have what it takes to defy the odds and secure their place in the next round. At the time of writing, Arsenal are valued at 19/20 in the betting to pick up all three points in that clash and, with a bit of luck, Wenger’s men will get the job done and from there, who knows…
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