Unai Emery reinforced his decision to omit Mesut Ozil from the starting line-up after Arsenal beat Bournemouth 2-1 in the Premier League.
The Europa League game between Arsenal and FC Vorskla in Kiev will go ahead as scheduled, UEFA have confirmed to ESPN FC, after the Ukrainian team had expressed doubts over whether it could host the match.
The match will be played at Kiev's Olympic Stadium after it was moved from Poltava because of security concerns.
An Arsenal club source also said both teams attended the official UEFA organisational meeting for the match on Thursday morning.
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