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Champions League 2012/2013 19 Feb Arsenal FC 1 – FC Bayern München 3
Champions League 2004/2005 09 Mar Arsenal 1 – 0 Bayern Munich
Champions League 2004/2005 22 Feb Bayern Munich 3 – 1 Arsenal
Champions League 2000/2001 14 Mar Bayern Munich 1 – 0 Arsenal
Champions League 2000/2001 05 Dec Arsenal 2 – 2 Bayern Munich
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Arsenal and Bayern Munich have met five times in the Champions League, with the Bavarians winning three times, Arsenal once and the other one ending in a draw.
The Bundesliga side won the first leg 3-1 at the Emirates, and they have never lost by more than two clear goals at home in the Champions League.
The Gunners must score at least three goals for any chance of progression, if the tie ends 3-1 to Wenger’s side the tie will go into extra time.
Bayern Munich are the top scorers in this season’s Champions League with 18 goals.
Bayern Munich have won all three of their home games in the competition this season (12 goals, three conceded).
Arsenal have only ever won once in Germany in the Champions League despite travelling there eight times. It was in September 2006 against Hamburg where they won 2-1.
Arsenal have lost their two previous away games against Bayern Munich. They have managed to score only one goal and conceded four.
Bayern Munich have scored in each of their last 13 Champions League games, the last team to stop them from netting being Basel in February 2012.
Arsenal have only kept one clean sheet in their last 23 Champions League games away from home.
Arsenal have the joint-worst defensive record among the 16 teams left in the Champions League this season (11 goals conceded, alongside Celtic).
Arsenal have had the fewest shots among the 16 teams left in the Champions League this season (57).
Bayern Munich have attempted the most crosses in the Champions League this season (217). All three of their goals in the first leg against Arsenal came from crosses.
Bayern Munich have had 10 different goalscorers in the Champions League this season, more than any other side.
Only Zlatan Ibrahimovic (5) has delivered more assists than Olivier Giroud and Philipp Lahm (4) in the Champions League this season.
Lukas Podolski has scored four goals from four shots on target in the Champions League this season, however the former Munich forward is injured for the return leg.
The only English team to beat Bayern Munich away from home in Europe (penalties excluded) are Norwich City, back in October 1993 (UEFA Cup).
Bayern Munich 1 Arsenal 1
Note: Stats from opta/Uk Eurosport