- Arsenal vs Sevilla will kick off at 2300EAT.
- Arsenal currently top the Group B table on 6 points.
- Sevilla are third on the log on 2 points.
The Gunners saw their unbeaten run in the 23/24 Premier League brought to an end in controversial fashion over the weekend following their 1-0 defeat against Newcastle in a match where Arteta heavily criticized the officiating.
As they seek to move on from that loss, they head into the clash against Sevilla knowing that three points could be enough to book their spot in the last 16 of the European competition with two group games to spare.
This could be possible should they complete a double over the Rojiblancos and PSV Eindhoven fail to beat Lens in the other Group B match.
On their part, Sevilla are still chasing a first win in the competition this season (D2 L1) and will be hoping to get up and running.
They are up against a difficult task if history is anything to go by as they have won just one of their 11 away games against English sides in all European competition (D5 L5), beating Manchester United 2-1 in the 2017/18 Champions League round of 16.
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What time does Arsenal vs Sevilla start?
The Round 4 match in Group B is scheduled to take place at 11:00pm Kenyan time at the Emirates Stadium.
Arsenal vs Sevilla Team News
It remains to be seen whether Arsenal captain Martin Odegaard will be available for this game after missing the encounter against Newcastle United on Saturday – his first omission from the club’s matchday squads since September 2022.
Gabriel Jesus, Thomas Partey and Emile Smith Rowe will all be missing for the next few weeks at least, while Jurrien Timber remains a long-term casualty.
On the other side, Sergio Ramos was not included in Sevilla’s squad for the trip to London having picked up a calf issue that kept him out of the game against Celta Vigo, while goalkeeper Orjan Nyland and left-back Marcos Acuna, who both started in the first leg, were injured in that game and remain in Spain.
Former Manchester City man Fernando missed the game with a back complaint but has been deemed fit enough for the trip. Squad players Marcao and Alfonso Pastor remain out.
Arsenal vs Sevilla head-to-head
Following their 2-1 first leg victory at Sevilla, Arsenal are looking to win both Champions League group stage games against a fellow big five European league side for the fourth time, previously doing so in 2006/07 (against Hamburger SV), 2012/13 (against Montpellier) and 2013/14 (against Marseille).
The Gunners have also not lost at home in the group stage of the competition since September 2015 v Olympiakos, going unbeaten in the last six (W5 D1).
Sevilla have won just one of their 11 away games against English sides in all European competition (D5 L5), beating Manchester United 2-1 in the 2017/18 Champions League round of 16.
Sevilla are looking for their first away victory in the Champions League since December 2020 (3- 1 v Rennes), having failed to win any of their last eight away trips in the competition (D6 L2).
In the six matches the two sides have played in since 2007, Arsenal have slightly been the better team with three wins compared to Sevilla’s one. The remaining game ended in a draw.
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Arsenal vs Sevilla current form
Arsenal have been beaten in their last two games and are seeking a response after also being eliminated from the Carabao Cup.
Sevilla have managed just one win in their last five games.
Arsenal vs Sevilla Prediction
A hurting Arsenal are tipped as the favourites in the clash and will be keen to keep Sevilla at bay.