Arsenal vs PSV: Europa League previewArsenal can book their place in the knockout stages of the Europa League with victory over PSV on Thursday night. The Gunners have won all of their matches in Europe so far this season, sitting top of Group A ahead of PSV despite the two sides playing only three matches. That’s due to this game being postponed after the Queen’s death last month, with it squeezed into the calendar for Thursday after the Gunners’ clash with Manchester City was moved to make room. While Mikel Arteta’s side have been incredibly impressive so far this campaign, they produced perhaps their worst display of the season against Leeds last time out, fortunate to come away from Elland Road with the three points. PSV arrive in north London as big underdogs, but know they will go above Arsenal in the group should they leave with all three points. Date, kick-off time and venueArsenal vs PSV is scheduled for a 6pm BST kick-off on Thursday, October 20, 2022.
The Emirates Stadium in London will host the match. Where to watch Arsenal vs PSVTV channel: The match will be broadcast on BT Sport 1, with coverage getting underway at 5:30pm BST. Live stream: BT Sport subscribers can tune in via the BT Sport website and app. Live blog: You can follow all the action via Standard Sport’s live blog. Arsenal vs PSV team newsOleksandr Zinchenko remains a doubt for the Gunners as he continues to battle a calf problem, while Mohamed Elneny and Emile Smith Rowe remain long-term absentees.
Some changes are certainly fair, taking Gabriel Magalhaes out of the firing line being a key one for sure, but the likes of Gabriel Jesus, Thomas Partey and Bukayo Saka, I believe to be required to beat this Eredivisie giant. Canton's Arsenal XI vs PSV: Turner; White; Saliba; Tomiyasu; Tierney; Partey; Xhaka; Vieira; Saka; Jesus; Nketiah Bailey Keogh Rob Holding needs to be the only defensive change from Sunday's match at Elland road. Ben White, Gabriel Magalhaes and Takehiro Tomiyasu should keep their place in the team, meanwhile, William Saliba had started the previous European fixture, so he and Gabriel should continue to take it in turns to play on Thursday. There is no need to risk Thomas Partey with his injury issues, and Martin Odegaard can be rested, with Albert Sambi Lokonga and Fabio Vieira coming in to replace the midfielders.
PSV Starting XI (4-3-3): Benitez; Mwene, Ramalho, Obispo, Max; Sangare, Gutierrez, Veerman; Simons, Til, GakpoBench: Drommel, Waterman, Teze, Branthwaite, Oppegard, Hoever, Ledezma, El Ghazi, Bakayoko, SavioArteta's rotation has created some disjointed performances in Europe and PSV, as one of the more prolific sides around this season, will fancy themselves to walk away from the Emirates with at least one goal. These are two sides who love playing electric, attacking football, and so we expect this to be a thoroughly entertaining affair with no shortage of shots on goal. Ultimately, it's tough to look past Arsenal who, even without some of their heaviest hitters, should have enough about them to secure the win.
Gabriel Martinelli missed training on Wednesday and could be another doubt. Arteta named a strong side in Norway against Bodo/Glimt and may opt to do so again to seal the Gunners’ place in the knockout stages. Even if he does, the likes of Matt Turner, Albert Sambi Lokonga and Eddie Nketiah will all expect to start. Matt Turner has kept a clean sheet in his last two starts / Arsenal FC via Getty ImagesCody Gakpo, who was linked with a move to Arsenal in the summer, should start as he looks to add to his tally of three goals and an assist in the group stage so far. Olivier Boscagli, Marco van Ginkel and Luuk de Jong are among those on a lengthy injury list for the visitors heading into the match.
Arsenal vs PSV Eindhoven: How to watch on TV live stream, team news, lineups & predictionAfter their initial meeting was postponed following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, Arsenal and PSV Eindhoven will play their Europa League game in hand on Thursday. Despite playing a game fewer than the other two sides in their group, it's these two who occupy the automatic qualification spots. Arsenal are top with three wins from three, but defeat would see PSV surge out in front. The Gunners come into this one on a run of seven straight wins, but PSV's form is nothing to sneeze at either as they enter the game with six wins from their last seven. Here's all you need to know about this one. Arsenal vs PSV Eindhoven H2H resultsCurrent Form (Last Five Games)Arsenal team newsEmile Smith Rowe (groin) and Mohamed Elneny (hamstring) remain out and left-back Oleksandr Zinchenko is not expected to return just yet as he nurses a calf problem.
I get that PSV are probably the toughest opponent in the group, but why risk any injuries to big players ahead of this weekend. Turner comes in in goal for me, while I'd definitely give Cedric Soares his first minutes after Takehiro Tomiyasu and Ben White both looked absolutely knackered at Leeds, which means Kieran Tierney is in at left-back. Inside of them, I'd pair Rob Holding and Gabriel.
In midfield, it's Albert Sambi Lokonga, while I'd be tempted to throw in a younger player like Matt Smith ahead of him, with Fabio Vieira in a midfield trio. No way would I risk Martinelli if he's not fully fit on the left, so Reiss Nelson plays again for me. On the right, I wouldn't go for Bukayo Saka again as he needs a rest, so I'd risk Marquinhos. Up front, Eddie Nketiah is an obvious pick.
Arsenal vs PSV Eindhoven: How to watch on TV live stream, team news, lineups & predictionAfter their initial meeting was postponed following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, Arsenal and PSV Eindhoven will play their Europa League game in hand on Thursday. Despite playing a game fewer than the other two sides in their group, it's these two who occupy the automatic qualification spots.
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Whilst Mikel Arteta has heavily rotated for teams so far throughout this European campaign, that could change significantly with the visit of PSV. The likes of Cody Gakpo and Xavi Simons present Mikel Arteta’s side with a much sterner test, having scored 17 goals in their last four games. READ MORE: Mikel Arteta provides injury return timeline for Oleksandr Zinchenko as Arsenal prepare for PSV With all that in mind, it is imperative that the Spaniard does not underestimate the challenge but, at the same time, balances his side's fitness with the match with Southampton on the horizon.
Finding that balance will in itself be a huge task. Thankfully for Arteta, football. london's Arsenal writers, Kaya Kaynak, Tom Canton and Bailey Keogh, are on hand to offer their assistance. Below they take a look at who they would decide to start for the Gunners this Thursday evening. Kaya Kaynak I would again look to ring the changes for this week's Europa League clash.
Arsenal are top with three wins from three, but defeat would see PSV surge out in front. The Gunners come into this one on a run of seven straight wins, but PSV's form is nothing to sneeze at either as they enter the game with six wins from their last seven. Here's all you need to know about this one. Arsenal vs PSV Eindhoven H2H resultsCurrent Form (Last Five Games)Arsenal team newsEmile Smith Rowe (groin) and Mohamed Elneny (hamstring) remain out and left-back Oleksandr Zinchenko is not expected to return just yet as he nurses a calf problem.
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Mikel Arteta is expected to offer minutes to a handful of fringe players but the magnitude of the game will likely see him turn to a number of his preferred starters to ensure they get the job done. Arsenal Starting XI (4-2-3-1): Turner, Tomiyasu, Holding, Gabriel, Tierney; Xhaka, Partey; Saka, Vieira, Martinelli, NketiahBench: Ramsdale, Hein, Saliba, White, Soares, Sambi Lokonga, Smith, Ibrahim, Odegaard, Marquinhos, Nelson, JesusPSV Eindhoven team newsThere are a number of issues in the PSV squad, with Yorbe Vertessen, Ismael Saibari, Noni Madueke, Olivier Boscagli, Marco van Ginkel, Luuk de Jong and Mauro Junior all unavailable with various ailments.
Kaynak's Arsenal XI vs PSV - Turner; Cedric, Holding, Gabriel, Tierney; Lokonga, Smith, Vieira; Marquinhos, Nketiah, Nelson. Tom Canton This is a very difficult game. Whilst I would love for the Gunners to go in and be able to swat PSV aside with relative ease using a heavily changed side, I simply don't think that is possible. Furthermore, winning this home match is very pivotal to our chances of finishing top of the group. Win this, and the final group game against FC Zurich at the Emirates and whatever happens in Eindhoven is meaningless. So, Mikel Arteta should go strong.
Arsenal line-ups vs PSV: Partey and Jesus start, Martinelli out, Nelson returnsArsenal face their toughest test in the Europa League this Thursday as they play PSV in the fourth round of fixtures for Group A. The match is the only match in the competition going ahead after the clash was rescheduled due to the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Should Arsenal win, they will go five points clear at the top and know one win from the final two games will secure the top spot. This is key because finishing second in the group requires a team to play an effective play-off round against a Champions League dropout in a Round of 32.
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