Published: Thu, September 20, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Arsenal v Vorskla Poltava: Emery backs Leno to shine on first start

Arsenal v Vorskla Poltava: Emery backs Leno to shine on first start

Unai Emery will hand Bernd Leno his first Arsenal start against Vorskla Poltava in the Europa League on Thursday and has said that it is up to the German to show he deserves to be picked for league games as well.

Unai Emery's side made a shaky start to the 2018-19 campaign - losing their first two Premier League matches - but have since beaten West Ham United, Cardiff City and Newcastle United to rise up the table.

Rob Holding must be in line for a starting spot.

"Then we are going to think about Sunday". Other competitions are very important too.

"The goalkeeper situation is complicated as only one can play so the competition is bigger and at the moment I've been playing and I try to do my best and hope the manager is happy with my performances", Cech said. "And we will do that tomorrow [Thursday] morning", he said. "We haven't come here just for a stroll in the park, we understand that Arsenal are the favourites but nevertheless our team is capable of pulling off this feat". And also, Arsenal played the final in 2006 in the Champions League and also didn't win.

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"It is a question I don't know the answer to because I always say the motivation will be the key to how long I'm going to play", he said.

Mohamed Elneny, Danny Welbeck and Stephan Lichtsteiner will be pushing for rare outings. However, he will be unable to call upon injured duo Sead Kolasinac and Laurent Koscielny for the match.

Where and how to catch the live stream of Arsenal vs Vorskla match? However, with 49 points from 32 games to their name, they finished 26 points behind winners Shakhtar Donetsk and 24 points behind 2nd placed Dynamo Kyiv.

The north London side signed seven players in the summer transfer window as Emery revamped the Gunners squad.

"I would expect Arsenal to be a bit like Chelsea; they will want to start the group well and with a win", Nicholas told Sky Sports.

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