3 – Henrikh Mkhitaryan
Deployed on the win in recent games he hasn’t quite lived up to the standards left behind by Mario Gotze. However, the Armenian brings something different to the club that looks to defeat Arsenal for the second time this year. He’s shown Arsenal his qualities before; composed on the ball and he uses it well, he’s exploited us every time he’s faced us. This is something surely to worry about. Playing out-wide right he will face Kieran Gibbs, a full-back more than capable. However, with Arsenal’s attacking style of play he will look to exploit the space left by the Englishman and lead the counter-attack. His finishing is massively underrated too, so if a chance were to fall his way then Arsenal must immediately surround him. If Adrian Ramos were to be starting, Gibbs must watch his man closely as his crossing will be something that could win BVB the game.