The next two games for Arsenal in the Champions League, first away to the Belgian champions before Anderlecht come to the Emirates two weeks later, give the Gunners a fantastic opportunity to take back control of our qualifying group. And the chances of that happening have been given a massive double boost by Aaron Ramsey and Theo Walcott’s imminent return to the Arsenal team.
In his latest injury update on the Arsenal.com website, Arsene Wenger explains that neither player is quite ready to be included in the squad to face Hull City in the Premier League on Saturday. But the Gunners should have Mikel Arteta and Tomas Rosicky available to alleviate the loss of Mesut Ozil and hopefully help us get back to winning ways and moving back up the EPL table.
Then we must at least put pressure on Borussia Dortmund. The German shave won both their games in the UCL so far but are really struggling on the domestic front with four defeats from their seven Bundesliga games. They are also missing lots of players with injury and face a tough trip to Turkey to face Galatasaray on Wednesday. If they do not win and we do, then our destiny is back in our own hands, so having Rambo and Walcott available is just what the doctor ordered.