Arsenal return to UEFA Champions League action on Wednesday night after their losing to Newcastle United last weekend.
The Gunners edged past the current holders of the Europa League at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan with a masterclass performance from Gabriel Jesus and a win at the Emirates could see Arteta’s men book a slot in the knockout round with two games to spare.
Sevilla are without a European win this season and have only one win in their last six matches in all competitions as Los Palanganas lie in third place with only two points in their opening three games in the Champions League .
A defeat in the Premier League last weekend via a VAR-reviewed Anthony Gordon goal for Newcastle saw the Gunners drop to fourth place on the table with Mikel Arteta fuming in his post match interview before Arsenal also released a statement in response to VAR’s decision.
Only a better goal difference has Sevilla on top of PSV Eindhoven in Group B’s standings.
Diego Alonso’s men will be keen on denying Arsenal all three points at the Emirates to increase their hopes of battling for a last 16 slot in their remaining group games or securing third spot to drop to the Europa League and defend their title.
However, Arsenal will look to bounce back to winning ways after two consecutive defeats in all competitions on Wednesday.
The match is scheduled for an 8:00 pm kickoff.