Arsenal resume their Europa League campaign with a potentially tricky round of 32 tie against Belarusian side BATE Borisov.

The Gunners will be in action tomorrow in the first leg away to Belarus. After a confidence-sapping defeat at Manchester City, Unai Emery’s side did just enough to get past bottom-placed Huddersfield Town in the league.

Their away form in general has been wobbly since the festive period, and that will come under stern test tomorrow.

For Arsenal, this is the only realistic trophy they can win this season and it’s safe to say Emery has a good record in this competition.

The Spaniard won it three times in a row for Sevilla, beating Liverpool in the one of the finals in 2016.

Hence why the North Londoners should feel confident going into the knockout stages of this competition.

In terms of injury news, Aaron Ramsey and Mesut Ozil are not fit enough to make the squad. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is okay after falling ill over the weekend. Sokratis is making fast recovery, but wouldn’t be starting this game.

Here’s how we think Emery might line his team up tomorrow: