Hello. Hereâs how things lie: Arsenal have already won Group E and Qarabag already know this is their last match in this seasonâs Europa League no matter what happens today. The best the visitors can aspire to is a result that restores some self-respect after their last match ended in their heaviest ever home defeat in Europe, a 6-1 clobbering by Sporting Lisbon. So this match doesnât carry much intrigue in terms of the competition. On the other hand, the performances of certain individuals will be worth watching: Laurent Koscileny, for instance, is set to make his return after seven months out injured; 17-year-old prodigy Bukayo Saka â a thrilling forward prospect by all accounts â will make his first start; and Mesut Ozil will slot back into the starting lineup and hopefully show enough ingenuity and dynamism to convince Unai Emery to give him another chance in a proper match.