Five things Arsenal fans will want to know about Ludogorets

Bulgarian top flight side Ludogorets Razgrad travel to London and the Emirates Stadium tonight as they face Arsenal in their third group game of the Champions League campaign.

Ludogorets currently sit joint bottom of Group A having drawn with FC Basel in their opening fixture and lost to French Champions PSG 3-1 at home.

Despite not managing to secure a victory as of yet, Georgi Dermendzhiev’s side have certainly looked threatening and will be no walkover for an in-form Arsenal side.

Currently sitting second in the Bulgarian first division having won seven of their nine games this season, the Eagles will be full of confidence ahead of the fixture, especially considering their fine goalscoring form – they’ve notched 25 already this season in the league, which is more than any other club in the division.

Travelling to the Emirates will be a big occasion for the club considering their home stadium’s capacity is a mere 8,808, however, Arsenal should beware of their minnow opponents. Here are FIVE things Gunners fans will want to know about the Razgrad side…