UCL: Arsenal’s title hopes on brink as they visit wounded Bayern side in second tie – team news

Arsenal face wounded Bayern Munich in the second tie of their Champions League quarter-final clash, after 2-2 draw at the Emirates Stadium last week.

The high-stakes encounter at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday, suggests Bayern as the favourites, given their impeccable record against Mikel Arteta’s men.

Bayern Munich, motivated by their recent miss of the Bundesliga title, after an 11-year record, are said to be eager to capitalize on home advantage to further their dreams in the UEFA competition.

Despite the absence of key players like Kingsley Coman and Serge Gnabry due to injuries, Bayern remain confident in claiming a semi-final spot.

UCL: Arsenal's title hopes on brink as they visit wounded Bayern side in second tie - team news
Arsenal clash with Bayern Munich tonight for a spot in Champions League semi-finals – Getty image

However, Tuchel has emphasized the importance of a strong team effort and the support of the home crowd in their quest for victory.

On the other hand, Arsenal face a daunting task as they travel to Germany amidst a challenging period in their Premier League campaign.

Coach Arteta acknowledges the importance of the match, considering it a make-or-break encounter for his team.

Despite injury concerns surrounding key players like Martin Ƙdegaard, Arsenal hopes to rewrite their history in Munich, having lost their last two encounters 5-1 at each outing.

The game is scheduled for Wednesday, April 17, by 8pm.

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