The thing about being a big Premier League club that always gets into Europe, even if it is only the Europa League and not the Champions League this time, is that you need to have a big squad to compete in four competitions and Arsene Wenger will need to use his wisely this week.
It would be a disaster if the Gunners were to waste the renewed form and confidence gained from a battling draw at Chelsea on top of the 100 percent home record, so the boss will want his strongest side on the pitch for the visit of Brighton in the Premier League on Sunday.
Is this the time for the Frenchman to do what he alluded to some weeks ago and completely prioritise the domestic league over the Europa games? We have won our first game, after all and should get out of the group without too much difficulty and we also have that strong squad.
Wenger may not be able to change his whole team from last night, I suppose, as the defence and midield does not have quite the same quality and options as the forward line. He can bring in Ospina, Holding and Mertesacker though, leaving just one place in a back three to be filled by young player from the academy.
In midfield he could give another start to Jack Wilshere, with maybe someone like Iwobi or Reine-Adeklaide or even Bielik in there with him. Perhaps another chance for young Reiss Nelson but further forward this time, and we do have Giroud, Ozil and Walcott who did not start last night.
Should Wenger change the whole Arsenal team against BATE Borisov?