4-2-3-1: Lacazette starts, Cech dropped in probable Arsenal line-up against CSKA Moscow

Arsenal play host to  CSKA Moscow in the Europa League later tonight and Arsene Wenger is aware that this is the last straw that could break the back of the camel, as it is his best and last chance to win a trophy this season and the return the side to Champions League football.

Arsenal have refused to move an inch from sixth place on the Premier League log since last year and it appears that they will be unhappy to usurp Tottenham Hotspur to fourth place, who are currently 13 points above their London rivals.

Nonetheless, Arsenal are looking to replicate  the same feat achieved by Manchester United, who despite ending in sixth place, qualified for the Champions League through an outside chance by winning the Europa Cup.

CSKA Moscow are familiar foes but they will proof to be difficult and so, Wenger is expected to field the best of the best of his squad barring Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang who is ineligible to play.

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Arsene Wenger has an almost fully-fit squad – Petr Cech returned to full training with Danny Welbeck but the former Czech international is expected to watch the game from the sideline.

Barring the aforementioned two, Wenger will have his best player for the game.

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