The Gunners may well have been dealt a massive blow with Jack Wilshere reportedly out of the Bayern Munich clash, however there are two very convincing reasons why there is still hope – Santi Cazorla and Tomas Rosicky.
The experienced duo may well not be as agile and athletic as their English counterpart, but they are both extremely hard working, classy and most importantly they can score.
Rosicky was the main protagonist in last years emphatic 3-0 win over AC Milan and alongside Cazorla the attacking-minded duo could produce the goods early on and put the Barvarians on the back foot. Both are capable of long range shots, exquisite final balls and can run through any defence.
Again, the loss of Jack Wilshere is not ideal but Wenger still has plenty of options. Fielding the two central midfielders alongside one another with both Podolski (or Oxlade-Chamberlain if unfit) and Walcott on the wings is the sort of ambitious, free flowing, straight-to-the-jugular plan of attack our French manager must implement. Giroud should get another crack upfront, we need some aerial prowess.