Unai Emery’s Gunners travel to east Spain to take on Valencia in their all-important Europa League second leg.
The Gunners will attempt to shake off the disappointment of missing out on the top four by doing well to remember that Champions League qualification is still possible.
The Gunners take a 3-1 lead to the Mestalla as they bid to win their first European trophy for 25 years.
Emery will be without Aaron Ramsey, who has played his last game for the club. Petr Cech is expected to start.
Former Arsenal centre-back Gabriel Paulista will be keen to impress against his former club, while attacker Santi Mina is under pressure to end his five-game run without a goal in this competition.
While Arsenal stumbled to a 1-1 draw with Brighton at the weekend, Los Che crushed Huesca 6-2 in Spain – despite resting the likes of Rodrigo Moreno and Goncalo Guedes. It’s all up for grabs.