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Arsenal and Fenerbahce face off on Wednesday in the first leg of the Champions league qualifiers with a place in lucrative group stages at stake.

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will come into the shell-shocked following their 3-1 loss at home to Aston Villa on the opening weekend of the Premier League and a trip to Sukru Saracoglu Stadium in Turkey is probably the last thing Gunners boss Arsene Wenger would have wanted.

However the Frenchman, while admitting that the trip to eastern Europe will prove a test of character for his side, is adamant that his side can bounce back “Yes of course (they are the most important games of the season). We fought very hard last season to be in the top four and that game has a vital importance.

“It is a consequence of what we tried to achieve last season and therefore, on the back of our defeat against Aston Villa, it’s important as well to bounce back straight away.

“To be part of the top level – that is for us the most important thing. All the rest are the consequences of it. When you are a football player, you want to play at the top level and that’s what the Champions League is about.”

The last time Arsenal faced Fenerbahce they ended their 15 game unbeaten home-run in Europe with a 5-2 win and Wenger will be hoping for another win on Wednesday, adding “We try to win everywhere we go. That is the only target we have to set ourselves.

“We respect Fenerbahce highly but in the history of our club we have gone everywhere, all over, and always had a desire to win and that is what we will do again.”

While Arsenal need Champions League football to boost their bid to land some of the marquee signings they targeted this summer, Fenerbahce have more to play for.

Last season’s runners up in the Turkish Super League shouldn’t really have been in the draw following a two year ban from European competition handed down by UEFA for match-fixing. However an appeal to Court of Arbitration for Sport saw them earn a small reprieve, allowing them to take their place in the qualifiers.

While it is not known what will happen should the club beat the Gunners, their judgement is due on August 28th the day before the draw for the group stages, Wenger and his side will keen to avoid what would be a major upset and one that would pile the pressure on the 63 year old.

Like Arsenal Fenerbache lost on their opening day of the new Turkish season, going down 3-2 to Konyaspor having led the game 2-0. Manager Ersun Yanal has strengthened his side during the summer with the captures of Emmanuel Emenike, Michal Kadlec and Bruno Alves.

Nigerian star Emenike was the only one of the trio to start the defeat to Konyaspor with the 26 year old lining up alongside Moussa Sow and former Liverpool star Dirk Kuyt in a strong looking attacking line-up.

Arsenal will make the trip to Turkey without Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain after it was confirmed that he will be out “for a while” with a knee injury.

The 20-year-old was injured during the clash with Villa, with initial reports claiming he could be out for up to 6 months.

Bacary Sagna was also injured against Villa but has resumed training while Kieran Gibbs, Aaron Ramsey, Jack Wilshere, Tomas Rosicky and defender Nacho Monreal, who has been out with a back problem are also in contention to play some part in Arsenal’s quest to reach the group stages.

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