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5 talking points before Arsenal v Cologne

14 September 2017

While Chelsea have an extra two days to prepare for the contest, Wenger has told his players he does not expect it to make a big difference.

The 21-year-old forward returned to Arsenal's first team squad as an unused substitute in last weekend's 3-0 EPL win against Bournemouth at the Emirates (Arsenal's home turf).

The game against Chelsea is one of the most vital for Arsenal over the course of a season, and three points would mark a huge coup for the club and Wenger, who is once again under pressure from the media and fans, despite signing a new deal in the summer.

Chelsea endured a hard start to the life under Antonio Conte last season but eventually lifted the title in May.

Hector Bellerin is confident Arsenal can reproduce Chelsea's success of last season by overcoming a shaky start to the 2017-18 campaign to clinch the Premier League title.

'In three days you can recover'.

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"Every game is an opportunity for him and this season is a good opportunity". The most important is to win and after that the goals will come if we play well and play our game.

"The club believe in me a lot and I think I give it back. When you play Wednesday-Saturday it's similar to Thursday-Sunday".

"Every game is an opportunity for him, and this season is a good opportunity for him".

'We have a situation in which last season we had a great season and because of the results we deserve to play these games now, ' he said. Players of future generations will obviously have access to more state of the art academies and training centres than ever before, but will the country's youth teams start to resemble their corresponding first teams, with players from all over the world taking the place of what was once a very homogeneous group. Jose Mourinho took a risk in placing all his eggs in the Europa League basket previous year and was ultimately rewarded as his Manchester United team beat Ajax in the final, booked a spot in the Champions League group stage and added another item to the club's trophy cabinet.

Olivier Giroud is set to start up front as the striker chases his 100th goal for the club, while Jack Wilshere is expected to be included in the squad for the first time this season.

But equally, resting his best players is likely the best way to help Arsenal return to the Champions League as they chase a top four finish.

5 talking points before Arsenal v Cologne