Assuming that the Arsenal starting line up for the Champions League away clash with Olympiacos tonight includes Olivier Giroud and Theo Walcott, there is a very clear decision for the manager to make for that third forward position, Joel Campbell or Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
Going simply on current form and the performance of each player in the Premier League win over Sunderland last weekend, you would assume that Wenger would go for the Costa Rican, even though the Ox was clearly a bit rusty after a spell out of the team with injury and should be sharper now.
When you add in the fact that Campbell spent time on loan with Olympiacos, playing 43 games and scoring 11 goals, then I reckon that seals the deal as the atmosphere in the stadium could be a big factor and Campbell being used to it must be an advantage.
However, I still foresee a big part to be played by the Ox, coming off the bench and trying to do the job of super sub. Although Wenger has suggested that Arsenal have to go for it tonight, we still need to keep our defensive shape and not give away silly goals. So it could be a night for patience.
If the game goes with expectation it will be the Gunners pressing forwards and having most of the ball and that should mean some tired Greek legs towards the end. That is the perfect situation for the pace, power and direct style of the Ox.
This match could be set up for him to come on and make himself a hero. What do you think Gooners?