Valencia are unbeaten since dropping down from the Champions League to the Europa League (W5, D1) but have lost two games in a row heading into Thursday.
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Ainsley Maitland-Niles was sent off at the weekend but is free to play in Europe.
Alexandre Lacazette or Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang may drop to the bench on Thursday.
Denis Suarez has cut short his loan spell at Arsenal and returned to Barcelona for treatment on a groin injury.
Valencia- Denis Cheryshev and Geoffrey Kondogbia are expected to miss out again for Valencia.
Francis Coquelin is suspended for Valencia and will miss the chance to play at the Emirates against former club Arsenal.
Unless Kondogbia recovers from injury, Carlos Soler will more than likely move into central midfield alongside Dani Parejo.
With Cristiano Piccini a doubt, Daniel Wass may be required at right-back once again. As Soler will be needed in central midfield, 19-year-old Ferran Torres could get the nod on the right wing.
While Coquelin misses out against the Gunners, Gabriel Paulista will have the chance to reunite with his former Arsenal team-mates.
Arsenal have kept a clean sheet in 9 of their last 11 matches in UEFA Europa League.
Valencia have won 6 of their last 7 matches (UEFA Europa League).
Arsenal have won their last 3 matches in Europa League.
Who will win?