Champions League Group F: Can Arsenal make it 3 from 3 in the Group of Death?

Arsenal look to carry on their 100% Champions League run with a win against Borussia Dortmund in Group F whilst Marseille host Napoli in a bid to stay in the hunt for qualification

Arsenal have been impressive all season long but they will face yet another tough test as they play host to last season’s runners up Borussia Dortmund.

Arsenal have not floundered being in a tough group and have comfortably overcome both Marseille and Napoli in their opening two games to eek out a 3 point lead in the group.

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The only new injury concern that The Gunners will need to consider ahead of the tie is Mathieu Flamini who picked up a knock to the head after a clash with Alexander Tettey in the 4-1 demolition of Norwich on Saturday.

It means that Aaron Ramsey will almost certainly come into the squad as he looks to get his 10th goal for Arsenal this season in all competitions.

There will also be a possible start for Czech midfielder Tomas Rosicky as Arsene Wenger looks to protect the fitness of Santi Cazorla and Mikel Arteta as they continue to return from injuries.

Borussia Dortmund is currently second in the group having suffered a loss to Napoli on the opening day but came back strongly to defeat Marseille in the last game in Germany.

However, Jurgen Klopp’s side are once again hit by injury with midfielder Sven Bender picking up yet another injury in their 1-0 win against Hannover on the weekend as did Jonas Hoffmann making them big doubts for the trip to London.

There will be some good news for the Bundesliga runners-up as striker Marco Reus has fully recovered from his injury problems and will be likely to feature alongside Robert Lewandowski upfront.

The other clash in Group F will see Serie A runners-up Napoli look to keep up with Dortmund and Arsenal with a win against Marseille in France.

Marseille will have a full squad to choose from with Dimitri Payet returning to the side after being suspended for the 1-0 loss to Nice on Friday night.

Napoli will look to bounce back from the loss to Roma at the weekend with a win at France and will turn to both Marek Hamsik and Gonzalo Higuain to try and to their goal tallies by hitting the back of the net at the Stade Velodrome tomorrow night.

A win for Arsenal will put them on the verge of qualification for the next round and after scoring two of the most memorable Premier League goals in recent memory at the weekend, The Gunners will be seen as favourites to do just that over the coming weeks.

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