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Clearly, Arsenal come into this Europa League opener on the back of a narrow defeat to Manchester City at the weekend
But the Aubameyang and pepe side, Gunners of course should bounce back put themselves in good stead in Group B.
The 2-1 loss on the road against Gent in the Champions League has put Rapid Wien in the Europa League group stage this season.
They ended up second in their last EL group stage campaign, and with Dundalk and Molde in the group; they hold a chance to move to the playoffs this season.
However, the host will be doubtful of the three points from the upcoming clash.
It is definitely known well that the Austrian Bundesliga is nowhere close to the standards of the Premier League.
Keeping this in mind, the away win in full-time will probably be the best bet for the punters.
Wien will host on the back of a three-game winning streak, following a 1-5 win on the road against Wiener Neustadt in the OFB Cup.
In the meantime, Arsenal will visit on the back of a 1-0 loss on the road to Manchester City in the Premier League fixture.
Furthermore, the match is sizing to be a high-scoring affair with the Gunners coming in hot after defeating Liverpool in the EFL Cup earlier outside the League
Rapid Vienna, returning to the Europa League after a European hiatus last season, will be expecting to challenge for qualification from the group
The hosts have lost four of their last seven matches in the Europa League and their last outing was a 5-0 aggregate thrashing against Inter Milan
They lost three of their six group stage matches that season and face a Gunners side that have won nine of their last 14 in the competition.
Mikel Arteta is looking at an easy win in the Europa League group stage fixture.
The gaffer’s decision to drop Mesut Ozil for the tournament has raised some brows amongst the Gunners family.
However, according to records their result from the opening group stage will back his decision’s clarity on Thursday.