Arsenal suffered a surprise defeat against Belarusian side BATE Borisov at the Borisov Arena last Thursday in the first leg of Round of 32 in the Europa League.
It was another lackluster show from the north London side and they now have some making up to do if a place in the round of 16 of the competition is to be secured.
Arsenal’s struggles in the Premier League means the Europa League is perhaps Emery’s best hope of booking a spot in the Champions League next term.
BATE Borisov were thrashed in this fixture when they visited the Emirates stadium last season but the odds of them putting in a much better challenge this time are very high.
Koscielny and Mustafi are expected to keep their roles at centre–back while the absence of Alexandre Lacazette due to suspension hands Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang a lone striker task upfront.
In midfield, Denis Suarez might finally make a start for Arsenal in a very high-profile affair in London.