Published: Thu, April 05, 2018
Sport | By Stuart Potter

Arsène Wenger rates Arsenal's chances against CSKA Moscow as 50/50

Arsène Wenger rates Arsenal's chances against CSKA Moscow as 50/50

"I've been playing in a lot of teams across Europe and I've been playing in teams where we have been doing well".

The club are set to finish outside the top-four in the Premier League for the second consecutive season and the club has won just four Premier League games this calendar year (out of ten).

The competition also offers the Gunners the opportunity to qualify for the Champions League next season if they win it on Wednesday, May 16. "I have not decided if he will start or not yet, but he's available and ready to start".

"I'm always concerned when our stadium is not completely full but I don't think that will be a problem tomorrow. If we have the same performance as we did in France against Lyon then we have a chance of making the semi-final".

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has said he hopes the ongoing political tension between Russian Federation and the United Kingdom will have no bearing on football matters over the next week.

Shkodran Mustafi of Arsenal during the Premier League match between Brighton and Hove Albion and Arsenal at Amex Stadium on March 4, 2018 in Brighton, England. "We don't have to think that there are no problems to solve in the Premier League and we don't need to play because were in sixth place".

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Having recorded four wins in a row in all competitions including an impressive 5-1 win over AC Milan in the last round, the Gunners are finally starting to hit some morale-boosting form after some deflating displays this season.

"We're in the quarter-finals and have to be very realistic", Wenger said.

"Ideally you want the away leg first", said Wenger.

"Honestly nobody knows what is going on and it looks more to be diplomatic relations are a bit complicated", he said.

"I hope he will be available for Thursday but he couldn't play".

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