After winning 1-0 away in Greece in the first leg, Arsenal will be aiming to complete the job when they face Olympiakos in the second leg of the Europa League last-32 tie at Emirates Stadium on Thursday night.

Mikel Arteta’s men showed maturity and quality last week and deserved to take a lead back to north London.

With that and home advantage to double up, we feel it should be a comfortable night for the Gunners where they’ll look to add to their lead and go through.

However, Olympiakos are a good side going forward. They will surely get better compared to last week and give a better account of themselves on Thursday.

In terms of Arsenal team news, Sead Kolasinac picked up a serious shoulder injury against Everton and is out for a while.

Kieran Tierney is recovering well but still far away from being in the squad, while Calum Chambers is a long-term absentee.

That all being said, here’s how we think Arteta may line his XI up: