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Arsenal vs Bayern Munich LIVE!

The Champions League quarter-finals are upon us as north London plays host to a blockbuster first-leg tie tonight. Arsenal are back on this stage for the first time in 14 years after their thrilling penalty shootout win over Porto in the last-16 and eager to prove themselves as real contenders in Europe, with Mikel Arteta making two big selection calls as Jakub Kiwior and Gabriel Martinelli both start.

They will be keen to show Bayern that they are a completely different animal to the teams routinely ousted from this competition by dominant Bayern during the last decade, with the German giants enjoying a miserable season by their usual standards despite the scintillating form of Harry Kane. They won’t be helped this evening by having no away fans in attendance due to a Uefa ban, though Manuel Neuer and Leroy Sane starting is a boost.

Tonight’s game will go ahead with security enhanced after an alleged terror threat made against all four quarter-finals from the Islamic State group (ISIS). Follow Arsenal vs Bayern Munich live below, featuring expert analysis from Simon Collings and Dan Kilpatrick at the Emirates Stadium.

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Arsenal vs Bayern Munich updates

  • GOAL! Kane scores penalty after Saliba fouls Sane

  • GOAL! Gnabry strikes against former club

  • GOAL! Saka fires Arsenal into early lead

  • Arsenal lineup: Kiwior and Martinelli come in

  • Bayern Munich lineup: Neuer, Dier and Sane start

Arsenal 1-2 Bayern Munich

20:48 , George Flood


Arsenal with a dream start through Bukayo Saka, but they’ve been masters of their own downfall since with Leroy Sane’s effort to swiftly equalise and then a cool Harry Kane penalty following William Saliba’s foul on Sane.

The Gunners need to regroup at the break.

Arsenal 1-2 Bayern Munich

20:47 , George Flood

45 mins: Just one minute of added time signalled at the end of this breathless first half.

Arsenal have rather lost their momentum in search of an equaliser with the atmosphere at the Emirates now very subdued.

Arsenal 1-2 Bayern Munich

20:44 , George Flood

Standard Sport’s Simon Collings at the Emirates Stadium

The frustration for Arsenal here is that they’ve gifted Bayern two goals. A painful lesson in life at this level.

GOAL! Arsenal 1-2 Bayern Munich | Harry Kane 32′

20:44 , George Flood

32 mins: Cool as you like from the England captain, who waits for Raya to move and then simply rolls the ball to the other side.

Talk about composure!

He normally blasts them.

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(Action Images via Reuters)

Arsenal 1-2 Bayern Munich

20:43 , George Flood

42 mins: Some nice football being played by Arsenal again and Dier concedes another corner.

Saka’s delivery into a crowded six-yard box is headed by a combination of Gabriel and Havertz, who had a little shove on Kane.

Free-kick Bayern.

Arsenal 1-2 Bayern Munich

20:41 , George Flood

40 mins: Arsenal are ramping up the pressure with half-time looming.

The crowd are encouraging them to shoot when they have the ball around the edge of the Bayern box, but Davies makes a good challenge to thwart their patient probing.

Arsenal 1-2 Bayern Munich

20:39 , George Flood

36 mins: White’s header is saved by Neuer as Arsenal push for a leveller before the break.

You can’t take your eyes off this for a second!

Arsenal look dangerous in attack but are being cut apart by Bayern’s pace on the break.

They are committing too many men forward and paying the price.

Arsenal 1-2 Bayern Munich

20:38 , George Flood

35 mins: End-to-end stuff now as Goretzka makes a vital block after some nifty football from Arsenal.

Another chance just goes begging before the Gunners are caught out badly on the counter again, with White potentially saving another goal with a crucial last-ditch challenge on the lightning-quick Sane inside the box.

Not sure how Goretzka has just avoided a booking for wiping out Saka, but he has.

Arsenal 1-2 Bayern Munich

20:35 , George Flood

Standard Sport’s Dan Kilpatrick at the Emirates Stadium

I can’t remember a Kane penalty like that before.

Usually he rifles them but this one’s rolled into the bottom corner after a little hop in the run-up, with Raya committed the other way.

Stunning from Sane in the build-up, Gabriel and Saliba having rare off-nights.

Arsenal 1-2 Bayern Munich

20:35 , George Flood

Standard Sport’s Simon Collings at the Emirates Stadium

Can’t remember the last time that Arsenal were this poor defensively. The Emirates is silenced and stunned.

Arsenal 1-1 Bayern Munich

20:32 , George Flood

30 mins: Penalty to Bayern Munich after Saliba brings down Sane!

A fantastic kick to set up the counter by Neuer and it’s a brilliant run from the electric Sane, who dazzles his way into the box before being tripped by Saliba.

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Definite penalty. Kane to step up against last-16 penalty hero Raya…

GOAL! Arsenal 1-1 Bayern Munich | Serge Gnabry 18′

20:30 , George Flood

18 mins: Bayern are level out of nowhere!

It’s also very unconvincing at the back from Arsenal with Raya initially racing out of his box for no reason.

Bayern seize on possession as Kane pressures Gabriel and there are two great passes from Sane and Goretzka, with Gnabry sliding in to put through the legs of Raya and score against his former club.

Silence greets the goal with no away fans inside the ground.

A breathless start!

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Arsenal 1-1 Bayern Munich

20:30 , George Flood

28 mins: Erm, there are currently fireworks going off above the Emirates and I’m not quite sure why.

Has somebody accidentally gone a bit early on some celebratory bangers?

Arsenal 1-1 Bayern Munich

20:28 , George Flood

26 mins: Absolute chaos at the front post from an Arsenal corner.

Saliba, White and Kiwior all try to prod in from close range in a mad scramble, but Bayern eventually clear.

Arsenal 1-1 Bayern Munich

20:27 , George Flood

No idea what Raya was doing rushing out of the box like that, which crucially then closed him off as a potential option for Gabriel.

Gabriel instead played a bad pass in towards Kiwior that was seized upon by Kane.

Arteta will be fuming.

Arsenal 1-0 Bayern Munich

20:25 , George Flood

15 mins: It should really be 2-0, but Neuer makes a crucial save to deny White!

Bayern suddenly look all over the place at the back.

Arsenal rampant.

Standard Sport’s Simon Collings at the Emirates Stadium

Bayern a shambles at the back right now. Tuchel sat shaking his head on the bench. Arsenal should go for the throat here.

Arsenal 1-1 Bayern Munich

20:24 , George Flood

21 mins: This is truly hectic and frantic stuff – just what you want from a high-profile Champions League knockout tie.

Saka and Martinelli have both had efforts blocked as Bayern then go long looking for Kane.

Plenty of full-blooded challenges flying in. Absorbing start.

Arsenal 1-1 Bayern Munich

20:23 , George Flood

Standard Sport’s Dan Kilpatrick at the Emirates Stadium

A timely reminder for Arsenal that one mistake is so often punished at this level.

It was a loose pass from Gabriel, under pressure from Kane, and Kiwior was flat-footed.

Bayern level against the run of play.

GOAL! Arsenal 1-0 Bayern Munich | Bukayo Saka 12′

20:19 , George Flood

12 mins: The Emirates erupts as the Gunners take an early lead!

A lovely effort from Saka, who expertly curls beyond Neuer and into the far bottom corner.

Davies could not clear his lines after an initial ball from Odegaard and White then teed up Saka for the finish.

What a start for Arsenal.

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(Arsenal FC via Getty Images)

Arsenal 1-0 Bayern Munich

20:16 , George Flood

Standard Sport’s Dan Kilpatrick at the Emirates Stadium

Lovely finish from Saka but it was statuesque defending from Dier on his return to north London, which will only add to the satisfaction of a full house at the Emirates.

Arsenal have made the perfect start and are showing no signs of nerves.

Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

20:12 , George Flood

11 mins: Arsenal are squeezed out at one end but are quickly back on the ball and patiently building more possession.

More chants aimed at Eric Dier from the home support.

Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

20:11 , George Flood

9 mins: Alphonso Davies will miss next week’s second leg in Munich.

The Canadian international goes into the back of Saka and receives a yellow card.

That looked a bit harsh, it must be said.

Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

20:09 , George Flood

7 mins: The first shot of the game comes from Martinelli, teed up by Havertz and Odegaard after Saka had won the ball back high up on the right flank.

He whistles a left-footed strike not too far wide of the far post. Neuer was rooted to the spot and wasn’t getting near that if it was on target.

Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

20:07 , George Flood

5 mins: Former Tottenham stalwart Dier is being subject to boos and mocking chants from the Arsenal fans during the early going here.

Bayern are applying the early sustained pressure at the Emirates, keeping the ball well.

They’ve started the better.

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(Action Images via Reuters)

Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

20:05 , George Flood

4 mins: Arsenal are trying to settle into an early rhythm of possession, though a lofted ball down the right flank goes over the head of White.

Bayern attack down the left through Davies and Musiala, with Jorginho dangling a leg dangerous inside the box but winning the ball.

Early pressure from Bayern now.

Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

20:03 , George Flood

2 mins: The ball has been at both ends during the first couple of minutes, Havertz pressing Neuer into a rushed clearance that is rescued by Kane.

Gabriel and Jorginho with a couple of early interventions inside the Arsenal box as Bayern deliver the first couple of crosses, Kane asking the questions.

Arsenal vs Bayern Munich

20:01 , George Flood


Here we go!

Will Arsenal secure a positive result to take back to Germany for next week’s second leg?

Can’t wait for this…

Arsenal vs Bayern Munich

20:00 , George Flood

Standard Sport’s Simon Collings at the Emirates Stadium

So odd seeing the Emirates full of just Arsenal fans. Usually there is that little pocket in the corner, packed with away fans, and they can suck a lot of the noise out. Not tonight.

Arsenal vs Bayern Munich

19:59 , George Flood

Glenn Nyberg of Sweden takes charge of his sixth Champions League game tonight.

Captains Martin Odegaard and Manuel Neuer embrace before the pre-match coin toss.

So much noise around the Emirates.

19:57 , George Flood

Here come the teams at the Emirates!

Brilliant noise, colour and sense of anticipation around the stadium.

A huge-night feel set to be enhanced further by that iconic Champions League anthem

19:52 , George Flood

Less than 10 minutes remaining until kick-off at a bouncing Emirates!

There should be an incredible atmosphere in store from a record home crowd.

Bayern Munich fans banned from Emirates Stadium trip

19:49 , George Flood

There will be no Bayern Munich fans present at tonight’s game, with Arsenal supporters filling the away end instead.

That is after supporters threw fireworks onto the pitch during their win over Lazio in the last-16.

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Bayern were also fined €40,000 after travelling fans set off fireworks during their 2-1 win at FC Copenhagen back in October.

The German club were given a suspended one-match ban from purchasing away tickets in December. The subsequent incident at Lazio triggered the ban.

Bayern chose not to appeal against Uefa’s decision.

“We have to accept this punishment. Not only were pyrotechnics set off, but also fired deliberately onto the field, directly endangering bystanders,” Bayern CEO Jan-Christian Dreesen said.

“This was such an explicit violation of the conditions of probation that an appeal is unfortunately futile.

“The fact we now have to play away without the support of our fans is a big blow. A small group of individual offenders have done a disservice to all our supporters and the team.”

19:44 , George Flood

Standard Sport’s Simon Collings at the Emirates Stadium

Arsenal have encouraged fans to wear red tonight and, sticking with that theme, we are be treating to plenty of ‘red songs’.

Just had Red, Red Wine blared out over the speakers.

Arsenal issue ban threat over tickets passed on to Bayern fans

19:44 , George Flood

Arsenal have vowed to ban any home fans found to have sold their tickets to Bayern Munich supporters for tonight’s first-leg tie at the Emirates.

The club said: “There is additional risk associated with this game, because Bayern Munich are not permitted an away allocation.

“Any season-ticket holder or Arsenal member’s seat found to be in possession of an away fan will be suspended indefinitely.”

19:37 , George Flood

Standard Sport duo Dan Kilpatrick and Simon Collings offer more pre-match thoughts from the Emirates…

19:33 , George Flood

Standard Sport’s Simon Collings at the Emirates Stadium

A young fan has just been asked by the PA announcer to pick a score for the game, given the options 2-1 to Arsenal or 5-1 to Arsenal.

Went for 2-1. Asked again, 2-1. Third time lucky – goes for 5-1.

Neuer, Sane, Dier and De Ligt all start for Bayern

19:22 , George Flood

The fit-again Manuel Neuer and Leroy Sane go straight back into the Bayern Munich starting XI in a major boost for Thomas Tuchel.

The rest of the quintet that returned to training yesterday, Aleksandar Pavlovic, Kingsley Coman and Noussair Mazraoui, all make the bench.

Eric Dier and Matthijs de Ligt are the centre-back pairing, with Dayot Upamecano and Kim Min-jae making way after Saturday’s embarrassment at Heidenheim.

Harry Kane leads the attack of course, joined by Sane, former Arsenal forward Serge Gnabry and Jamal Musiala.

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Two Arsenal changes as Kiwior and Martinelli come in

19:16 , George Flood

So Arteta goes for Martinelli over Jesus in attack and Kiwior over either Zinchenko or Tomiyasu at the back.

Two major calls from the Arsenal boss down that left flank.

Otherwise it’s as you were for the Gunners after Brighton, with Mohamed Elneny, Karl Hein and Reiss Nelson all added to an expanded bench.

 (AP) (AP)


Bayern Munich team in full

19:10 , George Flood

Bayern Munich XI: Neuer, Kimmich, Dier, De Ligt, Davies, Goretzka, Laimer, Sane, Musiala, Gnabry, Kane

Subs: Upamecano, Kim, Coman, Choupo-Moting, Zaragoza, Peretz, Guerreiro, Muller, Ulreich, Tel, Mazraoui, Pavlovic

Arsenal team in full

19:10 , George Flood

Arsenal XI: Raya, White, Saliba, Gabriel, Kiwior, Odegaard, Jorginho, Rice, Saka, Havertz, Martinelli

Subs: Ramsdale, Partey, Gabriel Jesus, Smith Rowe, Nketiah, Tomiyasu, Trossard, Vieira, Nelson, Elneny, Hein, Zinchenko

Arsenal lineup

19:04 , George Flood

And here’s how Arsenal shape up tonight…

Bayern Munich lineup

18:59 , George Flood

The Bayern Munich team has landed first…

Lineups on the way

18:46 , George Flood

Very close now to the official lineups dropping from the Emirates.

Will it be Gabriel Martinelli or Gabriel Jesus who lines up on the left for Arsenal tonight?

And will Oleksandr Zinchenko keep his place at the back, or could we see either Takehiro Tomiyasu or Jakub Kiwior instead?

Decisions, decisions for Mikel Arteta…

Tuchel: Bayern Munich want to cause Arsenal ‘pain’

18:36 , George Flood

Former Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel fanned the flames of this previously familiar Champions League rivalry at his own pre-match press conference yesterday, insisting that Bayern Munich want to inflict “pain” on the in-form Gunners.

“Arsenal are currently the best team in the Premier League and that is deserved, all the data shows that,” Tuchel said.

“They are in great form and have been at the highest level for the last two seasons so it’s a massive test for us.

“It’s the second year for them where they’re playing at this really high level, they have so much energy on the pitch and they can keep it for a long time.

“We know about our own strengths and how we want to cause them pain.

“We know the Champions League is a competition where we have more experience over the last few years. We want to use it to our advantage.”

 (John Walton/PA Wire) (John Walton/PA Wire)

(John Walton/PA Wire)

Arteta: Arsenal’s previous hammering by Bayern ‘irrelevant’

18:24 , George Flood

Arsenal’s record against Bayern Munich is very disappointing to put it mildly, with the Gunners having been humiliated with a 10-2 aggregate defeat in their last Champions League tie in 2017.

It marked the seventh season in a row that Arsenal had been ousted at the last-16 stage and they had not been back to the competition until this term.

Both of those legs were bruising 5-1 defeats, as was their previous meeting during the group stage in 2015.

However, Mikel Arteta believes those previous results mean nothing ahead of this quarter-final tie.

“It’s irrelevant, we just focus on the performance that we have to put in to beat a top and exceptional team with exceptional individuals,” he said.

“We have to earn every right to try to make it happen.

“We haven’t been in this position for 14 years. For this club it’s a long, long time and we realise that and that’s why we have this hunger and desire to make it happen.

“This is where we want to be. We are in a really good position in the Premier League and we’re in a really good position in the Champions League.

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“We have a big task ahead of us against one of the most successful clubs in Europe. That’s the hurdle we have to overcome and we’re looking forward to it.”

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Arteta coy on Xabi Alonso advice on toppling Bayern

18:04 , George Flood

Mikel Arteta also refused to confirm or deny if he had sought any advice from friend, compatriot and former team-mate Xabi Alonso on how to beat this version of Bayern Munich.

“Great question. I’m not going to answer that!” he said.

Leverkusen brushed Bayern aside 3-0 in February after a pulsating 2-2 draw at the Allianz Arena back in September.

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Arteta expecting ‘best possible Bayern’ despite domestic disaster

17:56 , George Flood

It has been a dreadful domestic season by Bayern’s lofty standards, with their staggering run of 11 consecutive Bundesliga titles set to be ended this season by Xabi Alonso’s brilliant Bayer Leverkusen, who are 16 points clear with only six games left to play.

Thomas Tuchel’s departure as manager at the end of the season has already been confirmed, with Bayern – along with Liverpool – failing to coax Alonso away from Leverkusen as they are instead linked with the likes of Brighton’s Roberto De Zerbi.

The 3-2 loss at Heidenheim – which brought renewed questions over whether Tuchel would even see out the season – was a new low for Bayern, who were also bested by Borussia Dortmund last week after their 3-0 Champions League last-16 second-leg win over Lazio was initially followed by thumping wins over Mainz and Darmstadt.



However, Mikel Arteta does not believe those unfamiliar struggles will make things any easier for Arsenal in this quarter-final showdown.

“From my side, no,” he said at Monday’s pre-match press conference.

“It’s something we have no say in, no control of. We just expect all the time the best from your opponent.

“Against Bayern, against any opponent, regardless of where they are you always have to expect that they play in their best possible way and be prepared to out perform them.

“Football is such a competitive environment and difficult to be consistent that this can happen to anybody.

“They are a top team. I am a big admirer of Thomas: his teams, the way they set up, the way they play, what they transmit.

“We have to take our game where we want it and if we do that we’ll have a chance to win.”

17:40 , George Flood

Here are more responses from Arsenal and Uefa on tonight’s match going ahead as planned after a media outlet linked to ISIS issued a threat to all four Champions League quarter-final ties this week.

“We work closely with the Metropolitan Police regarding the safety and security of all supporters and staff at Emirates Stadium for all our matches,” an Arsenal spokesperson said.

“Our planning for tonight’s fixture is no different and our approach, working together with the Police and UEFA, is proportionate to the current UK threat level.”

Uefa said: “UEFA is aware of alleged terrorist threats made towards this week’s UEFA Champions League matches and is closely liaising with the authorities at the respective venues.

“All matches are planned to go ahead as scheduled with appropriate security arrangements in place.”



Arsenal vs Bayern Munich to go ahead with increased security after threat

17:39 , George Flood

Tonight’s Champions League quarter-final first-leg ties in London and Madrid are going ahead as planned with increased security after a reported threat from the Islamic State group.

“The UK terrorism threat level remains at ‘substantial’ meaning an attack is likely, and we work closely with colleagues from across Counter Terrorism Policing in planning for events here in London, to take into account any relevant information that could help us to keep those attending safe,” said deputy assistant commissioner Ade Adelekan, overseeing the policing of London today.”We’re aware of online and media reports in relation to calls to target matches across Europe and here in London.

“However, I want to reassure the public that we have a robust policing plan in place for tonight’s match and we continue to work closely alongside the club’s security team to ensure that the match passes peacefully.“As ever, we ask the public to remain vigilant, and if they see anything that doesn’t look or feel right, then report it to police or security staff.”

 (Zac Goodwin/PA Wire) (Zac Goodwin/PA Wire)

(Zac Goodwin/PA Wire)

Predicted lineups

17:37 , George Flood

We’re less than 90 minutes away from full team news from the Emirates, but here’s how Standard Sport sees both sides lining up for tonight’s game.

We fancy Arsenal to be unchanged from their comfortable win at Brighton on Saturday, while Manuel Neuer should return for Bayern in a huge boost in goal.

The likes of former Tottenham defender Eric Dier should also return along with Matthijs de Ligt, Aleksandar Pavlovic and Leroy Sane.

Predicted Arsenal XI (4-3-3): Raya; White, Saliba, Gabriel, Zinchenko; Odegaard, Jorginho, Rice; Saka, Havertz, Jesus

Predicted Bayern XI (4-2-3-1): Neuer; Kimmich, De Ligt, Dier, Davies; Pavlovic, Goretzka; Sane, Muller, Musiala; Kane

Score prediction

17:08 , George Flood

Arsenal put in a hugely confident performance to beat Brighton, while Bayern head to London having lost back-to-back league games to effectively end their title hopes.

All signs point to a home win and the Gunners picking up a crucial first-leg advantage.

Bayern will need to be at their best or could be out of the tie before the second leg.

Arsenal to win, 2-0

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Early Bayern Munich team news

17:07 , George Flood

Bayern’s miserable Bundesliga season slumped to a new low at the weekend as they blew a two-goal lead to lose 3-2 away at minnows Heidenheim.

However, their chances of securing a positive result tonight to take back to Germany for next week’s second leg have been boosted after Manuel Neuer, Kingsley Coman, Leroy Sane, Noussair Mazraoui and Aleksandar Pavlovic all returned to training on Monday.

Gabriel Marusic, Tarek Buchmann, Bouna Sarr, Sacha Boey and Noel Aseko are all still sidelined, however.

Bayern’s attack is of course led by England captain Harry Kane, who has defied the team’s struggles to net 38 goals in just 37 appearances across all competitions in his first season at the Allianz Arena.

Former Tottenham stalwart Kane has scored the most goals against Arsenal of any player in Premier League history and is the all-time top scorer in north London derbies.

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Early Arsenal team news

17:01 , George Flood

In-form Arsenal have essentially an entirely clean bill of health before tonight’s game, with long-term absentee Jurrien Timber now back in full training and pushing to make his return soon.

Bukayo Saka is ready after his recent fitness battles, scoring a penalty in Saturday evening’s impressive 3-0 Premier League win at Brighton before being substituted midway through the second half.

Mikel Arteta faces a few tough selection calls with everyone available for such a high-profile fixture, with Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko both hoping to retain their starting berths from the Amex.

Gabriel Martinelli and Takehiro Tomiyasu are among those pushing to return to the Arsenal starting XI tonight.

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How to watch Arsenal vs Bayern Munich

16:55 , George Flood

TV channel: In the UK, tonight’s game will be televised live on TNT Sports 1, with coverage beginning at 7pm BST.

Live stream: TNT Sports subscribers can also catch the contest live online via the Discovery+ app and website.


16:50 , George Flood

Good afternoon and welcome to Standard Sport’s live coverage of Arsenal vs Bayern Munich in the Champions League.

The quarter-finals of Europe’s elite club competition are finally upon us and it promises to be a cracking first-leg showdown at the Emirates Stadium tonight.

We’ve got plenty of build-up to an 8pm BST kick-off ahead plus all the latest team news and live updates, so stick with us throughout the night.

Standard Sport’s Arsenal reporter Simon Collings will also be on hand to deliver his expert analysis from the Emirates.

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