Arsenal fans may not be enjoying the delights of the Champions League this season, but they still have European nights to experience.
This evening, Arsene Wenger’s men take on Red Star Belgrade in Serbia in their third group match of the Europa League.
So far, the North London outfit are doing well having not dropped a point yet due to back-to-back wins.
The manager has used the second-tiered competition to allow fringe players, including Jack Wilshere, to get some much-needed minutes on the pitch.
The opening group match started badly when the Gunners went 1-0 down to FC Koln inside the first 10 minutes, but goals from Saed Kolasinac, Alexis Sanchez and Hector Bellerin gave the team a 3-1 victory.
Arsenal conceded twice against BATE Borisov in the following match, but once again they came out on top with a 4-2 triumph.
A win tonight would put the club in a strong position to qualify for the knockout rounds.
The fans have been looking ahead to the match, with many keen to see Wilshere on the pitch.
please start Wilshere!
— Ryan🇬🇧 (@simplylaca) October 19, 2017
It's time to give Jack Wilshere a chance and drop Xhaka to the bench.
— Arsenal Forum (@friendlygoonerr) October 19, 2017
I'm not excited at all lmaooooo. I might as well start getting used to this because the direction of this club is getting worse
— Alexis (Arsenal 🐐🐐 (@aduran0723) October 19, 2017
Another day, another match… another show of mediocrity. BRING IT ON!
— Dark Horse🐴 (@WoodBoy_) October 19, 2017
No one would be surprised if Arsenal tweet this Wilshere gif and then Le professor clueless benches him. Such is the train wreck #WengerOut
— 🏟 ✈ ~~#WengerOut (@NotJustLong) October 19, 2017
We need Jack Wilshere
— Samuel_Koroma (@Samuel443663) October 19, 2017
— WengerholicsAnonymus (@bjc4691) October 19, 2017
Have a good game lads I'll be watching and cheering you in #AFC ⚽
— Adam Brailsford (@Sylar1025) October 19, 2017
Come on you Gunners, a big test of resilience today… Yesterday is gone, chance to turn it around today! Fight for each other and pride!
— Come on you Gunners (@gooner_tt) October 19, 2017