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Arsenal take on Bayern Munich in the Champions League, with the latest team news, line ups and free bets offer for punters and fans to use (KO 19:45).

arsenal-bayernArsenal have been warned  to expect fireworks when they travel to Munich to take on Bayern Munich in UEFA Champions League at Allianz Arena this Wednesday.

The Gunners handed Bayern Munich a rare defeat last time the two teams met and the German Champions have vowed to avenge the defeat in the return fixture this Wednesday. Arsene Wenger’s side registered an impressive 2-0 win against the Bundesliga giants at Emirates Stadium last time but face an uphill battle to repeat the same feat at the Allianz Arena.

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Arsenal and Bayern Munich are meeting at a time when both the teams are in top form in their respective domestic leagues. Arsenal are joint league leaders in England while Bayern Munich are leading the way in Bundesliga.

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A mouth watering encounter is expected between the two sides this Wednesday. However,  Arsenal would be ruing their luck as they are without the services of some of their senior players for the trip.

While Jack Wilshere and Danny Welbeck remain long term absentees for the club, they have been joined on the sidelines by Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. Joel Campbell can once against start the game in the absence of the duo, while Mathieu Debuchy is expected to play at right-back ahead of Hector Bellerin.

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Bayern Munich have a fully fit squad at their disposal barring Mario Gotze, who has yet to return to full fitness after suffering a groin injury while playing for Germany last month.

Munich captain, Phillip Lahm is in bullish mood ahead of the game and is confident of getting all three points at home against Arsenal.

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