Arsenal have been incredibly unlucky in the having to play their Europa League quarter-final second leg away to Napoli.
That’s the opinion of Sky Sports pundit and former Manchester City right-back Danny Mills.
The Gunners had initially been drawn to Napoli with the second leg set to take place at the Emirates.
However, the fixtures were reversed due to Chelsea being drawn away first in their tie against Slavia Prague.
A prior agreement was that teams from the same city would cannot play at home on the same evening of European competition.
This meant Arsenal’s tie would have to be switched and Unai Emery’s side will now host Napoli first, before travelling to Italy on April 11.
Mills says the Gunners now have an incredibly tough task to reach the semi finals:
“It’s tough for Arsenal I think, they’re a good side, a very, very good side.
“I just think it’s massively unfortunate the second leg is going to be in Naples.