Arsenal Battle Rapid Vienna in Europa League Clash
Arsenal has been doing very well in the Europa League, unlike their English Premier League performance. They continued to impress with every game that comes in the Europa League. Thanks to a 3-0 win over Molde, Arsenal cemented top position in Group B. The Gunners have nothing to play for in the last two group games, and, no doubt, Mikel Arteta will use these matches to rest key players.
The English side is seen as favourites to win Thursday’s football match against Rapid Vienna regardless of which players will be deployed in the starting XI. Arsenal has a couple of players in the recovery room with David Luiz being the latest after him and Wolves striker Raul Jimenez had a head to head collision. He is stable but he still needs time to recover fully before he can be allowed to play.
Pepe returns from a domestic ban, while Kolasinac is rated doubtful after he was tested positive for coronavirus. The Austrian outfit, on the other hand, did well to beat Dundalk on the road in their last group match, with the team keeping their last 32 hopes alive. Rapid has been in a fine form of late and seeing that Mikel Arteta is likely to mix the squad this time due to injury and since they have already qualified they will not come all out. Predicting the game, putting our bet on both teams to score will pay more since both teams are scoring teams.