After losing their opening two matches of the Premier League campaign, the Gunners have found their form under Unai Emery. The club have won their last three games on the bounce to enter the Europa League with momentum. Under Arsene Wenger, Arsenal reached the semi-finals of the competition before being beaten by Atletico Madrid. A similar campaign will be expected this term, but with the ability to go one further.
Vorskla finished third in the Ukrainian Premier League last season to secure their place in the Europa League. It’s the first time they’ve competed in the competition since the 2011/12 campaign, although they failed to progress from the group stage. Vasyl Sachko’s men have had an up-and-down start to their term in the Ukraine, but have won their last two games, including a last-minute winner against Kapaty on Saturday.
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