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After enjoying the sweet taste of derby day delight at the weekend, will the positivity at Arsenal continue?
On Saturday, Thomas Partey’s thunderbolt, Gabriel Jesus’ tap-in and then Granit Xhaka’s emphatic finish saw the Gunners beat Tottenham 3-1 at home.
This means Mikel Arteta’s team remain top of the Premier League table, having won seven of eight matches so far.
In this competition, the Gunners have only been in action once, beating Zürich 2-1 at Kybunpark; Marquinhos and Eddie Nketiah on target.
Their home match against PSV will now take place in a fortnight, having been postponed following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
So, will Arsenal leap to the top of the section with another victory?
Bodø/Glimt meantime made their debut in a UEFA group stage just last season, but got all the way to the Europa Conference League quarter-finals.
So far this season, the Norwegian champions have battled to a 1-1 draw in Eindhoven; Albert Grønbæk the scorer.
Then, Hugo Vetlesen scored, what turned out to be, the winner against Zürich at Aspmyra Stadion.
Kjetil Knutsen’s team, remarkably, have now won 14 consecutive European home games, scoring 43 goals.
However, on the road, the Yellow Horde have won just one of their last 13, this a 3-1 victory at Celtic Park in February.
So, Arsenal are likely to prevail in North London.
Arsenal team news vs Bodø/Glimt
With Liverpool the visitors on Sunday, Mikel Arteta is likely to rotate heavily here.
Cédric, Mohamed Elneny and Emile Smith Rowe are out long-term but, apart from that, there’s seemingly no fresh injury concerns.
Matt Turner will make his home debut, looking for his first clean sheet in Arsenal colours.
At the back, Takehiro Tomiyasu, Rob Holding and Kieran Tierney are all likely to come in.
Similarly, Albert Sambi Lokonga, Fábio Vieira and Marquinhos, who scored on debut against Zürich, will all also start.
Reiss Nelson could be set for his first Arsenal start since January 2021, while Eddie Nketiah has scored three goals in his last three Europa League group appearances.
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