Arsenal vs Anderlecht Odds : Gunners look for Champions League maximum at Emirates

Latest Arsenal v Anderlecht news from the Champions League, with live streaming and odds from the Emirates Stadium.

Arsenal will be out to secure their place in the knockout stages when they welcome Anderlecht to the Emirates later tonight.

A win for Arsene Wenger’s side would take them to 9 points and through to the knockout stages if leaders Borussia Dortmund can avoid defeat against Galatasaray at home.

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The Gunners have won both their home games in this competition so far, beating Besiktas 1-0 in the qualifying round and defeating another Turkish side, Galatasaray, 4-1 in the match day 2 of the group stages.

Last time out they secured their first away, scoring two late goals to beat Anderlecht in Belgium.

The result was harsh on the Belgian champions, who have never won in England, but it left their manager, Besnik Hasi in no doubt that his side have the tools to cause Arsenal problems.

“I think we have more qualities than just a counter-attack,” Hasi said.

“We have the quality to play football and I hope my young team tomorrow are really going to go for it.

“They’re going to make a good game like they did at home against Arsenal, without complexities and just play their game. And in the end if Arsenal is better than us then we will congratulate them.

“But still I think in the first game we didn’t get what we deserved.”

Their attacking aspirations suffered a blow in the lead up to the game with the news that Steven Defour suffered a calf injury last time out. The 26 year old is likely to miss the clash in London.

live streaming of the arsenal anderlecht game The club will also be without Matias Suarez with a knee injury.

Arsenal meanwhile could give Theo Walcott a run out. The England man made his comeback in the 3-0 win over Burnley last time out and could start his first game in 9 months. Olivier Giroud, Mesut Ozil and Jack Wilshere will miss out however.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.