Arsenal vs Rapid Wien will take place at Emirates Stadium, London on Thursday, 3rd December.
Arsenal will host Rapid Wien in their important game of group stage.
Gunners already booked their place in the round of 32 as they have a top position in their group after winning all four group matches.
While the Austrian giant stands third in their group and are level on points with second place Molde.
Thomas Partey’s is not available for the match due to thigh injury.
David Luiz is also doubtful for the game against Rapid Wien because of injury.
Nicolas Pepe will be back in playing XI after serving a suspension.
Gabriel Martinelli is suffering from a knee injury.
Pablo Mari and Calum Chambers have been ruled out of the game against Rapid Wien because of injury.
Austrian club has a long list of injured players and without the services of Philipp Schobesberger, Dalibor Velimirovic, Christopher Dibon and Tamas Szanto.
Arsenal vs Rapid Wien Predicted Lineups
Runarsson, Holding, Mustafi, Xhaka, Cedric, Maitland-Niles, Pepe, Elneny, Nelson, Smith Rowe, Lacazette.
Gartler, Hofmann, Barac, Stojkovic, Ullmann, Knasmullner, Grahovac, Schick, Fountas, Demir, Kara.
Match Predictions Arsenal vs Rapid Wien
Arsenal is not in good form as they stand on 14th position in Premier League. Their key player Aubameyang’s is also not available for this game. In their last ten matches of all competitions, Arsenal gets a victory in five, loss four and draw one game.
On the other hand, Rapid Wien stands at the third position in Austria Bundesliga. They claim a victory in five matches out of last ten, loss three and two matches were ended in a draw.
Austrian club cannot afford to lose against Gunners.
Prediction: Arsenal 1-0 Rapid Wien
In the last meeting between both teams was won by Arsenal (2-1) last month. Both clubs played against each other only three times. Arsenal won two matches and Rapid Wien claim a victory in one match.
Arsenal vs Rapid Wien TV Live Stream Info
Where to Watch
Arsenal vs Rapid Wien can be watched on BT Sport (UK), Supersport (South Africa), beIN Sport (Middle East/Turkey), Sony Ten (India), RMC Sport (France), Sport TV (Portugal).
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Competition: UEFA Europa League
Date: Thursday, 3rd December 2020
Kick-off at: 20:00 UK / 21:00 CET
Venue: Emirates Stadium, London.