his will be the 26th meeting between both clubs, Arsenal have won 17 of the previous, the tie has produced four draws and West Brom have managed to win four times over this period.
Though the game looks pretty much of a dead rubber as both teams look set to stay firmly positioned to where they are at the moment.
Arsenal will look to get over a disappointing and lackluster UEFA Europa league outing of Villarreal on Thursday night. It is one so many gunners faithful will hope will get away in a jiffy.
Arsenal will clearly look to dominate this game, press high up and have all our presence on the day, but never write out an underdog as the baggies still remain positive of an outside chance of escaping the drop, which looks highly unlikely.
The Gunners are likely to be without the duo of David Luiz and Granit Xhaka. While the former is recovering from a hamstring injury, the latter picked up an injury ahead of the clash against Villarreal.
Injured: David Luiz, Granit Xhaka
Bernd Leno; Calum Chambers, Rob Holding, Gabriel Magalhaes, Kieran Tierney; Mohamed Elneny, Thomas Partey; Martin Odegaard, Bukayo Saka, Nicolas Pepe; Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
Branislav Ivanovic is yet to recover from his hamstring injury and could miss out once again.
Robert Snodgrass was not risked in the last game against Wolves and could make the bench if he is passed fit. Ainsley Maitland-Niles will be ineligible to face his parent club.
Injured: Branislav Ivanovic
Unavailable: Ainsley Maitland-Niles
Sam Johnstone; Darnell Furlong, Semi Ajayi, Kyle Bartley, Conor Townsend; Romaine Sawyers, Okay Yokuslu, Conor Gallagher, Matheus Pereira; Callum Robinson, Mbaye Diagne
I see it to be more of a walkover just like the first leg four-nil thrashing. Arsenal to win two goals to nil.
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