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Arsenal vs Bodø/Glimt -Arteta – We have to adapt to the pitch- Predicted Lineup

Arsenal vs Bodø/Glimt -Arteta – We have to adapt to the pitch- Predicted Lineup

Arsenal vs Bodø/Glimt -Arteta – We have to adapt to the pitch- Predicted Lineup

Arsenal's Europa League group stage crusade progresses forward with Thursday night as they make the excursion north to the Cold Circle for the opposite installation against FK Bodø/Glimt.

The Heavy weapons specialists dismissed the Norwegian outfit at the Emirates last opportunity to usurp Kjetil Knutsen's side at the highest point of Group A. Objectives from Eddie Nketiah, Burglarize Holding and Fabio Vieira saw the hosts run out agreeable 3-0 victors.

They proceeded with their triumphant energy at the end of the week with a noteworthy 3-2 victory over Liverpool on Sunday evening, with the supervisor ready to make a huge number of changes to the beginning XI for the impending conflict.

Bodø/Glimt, in the mean time, were successful in the league at the end of the week as they pounded Sandefjord 4-1 on Sunday.

Once more mikel Arteta will vigorously turn his side from the end of the week for this midweek conflict. We ought to see a comparative beginning XI to the one that played at the Emirates last Thursday.

Granit Xhaka could keep his place in midfield, while Reiss Nelson and Cedric Soares are in dispute to make their initial beginnings of the time.

Bodø/Glimt vs Arsenal Predicted Lineups

Bodø/Glimt: Khaikin; Sampsted, Hoibraten, Lode, Wembangomo; Vetlesen, Berg, Gronbaek; Mvuka, Espejord, Pellegrino.

Arsenal: Turner; Cedric, White, Holding, Tierney; Lokonga, Vieira, Xhaka; Marquinhos, Nketiah, Nelson.

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