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Petr Cech expects to be benched for Carabao Cup final with David Ospina set to start Petr Cech expects to be benched for Carabao Cup final with David Ospina set to start
Kristopher Love | 23 February, 2018, 01:56

Arsenal grabbed a point from both league fixtures with Chelsea this season, hosted Liverpool in a 3-3 thriller and beat Tottenham 2-0 at the Emirates in November - in addition to knocking Chelsea out of the Carabao Cup.

"I think the one thing Arsene Wenger has done over the years with his flair players is he's allowed them to express themselves and go out on the field of play".

For me, I want to win stuff. He's just a joy to watch when he's on his game, his little dinks, his little flicks. Everything is possible, why not have two No. 10s on a pitch? "It's a good opportunity for the players to show they have the quality to compete at this level".

Wenger set clearly defined roles for his keepers this season and, when asked if Ospina would play on Thursday, he replied "yes" before going on to confirm he would then remain in goal for the cup final.

But after moving to Arsenal, Mkhitaryan believes he is now playing for a club more suited to his attacking talents than Jose Mourinho's United, and one which bears comparison to the one he left behind at Borussia Dortmund.

"I'm very happy to be here and it's a dream come true".

Cech has won the League Cup three times with Chelsea but has had to take a backseat role
Cech has won the League Cup three times with Chelsea but has had to take a backseat role

The England global was involved in the North London derby on numerous occasions as he played 229 matches for Tottenham in eight years at the club before sealing a move to Premier League rivals City in August.

'I love Celtic. It is not easy for any team, especially in Celtic Park.

Ahead of Sunday's EFL Cup final between Arsenal and Manchester City at Wembley, Sports Mole looks at Sergio Aguero's past record against the Gunners.

Despite not having the same aura and bravado of the Champions League, the Europa League has always been an important competition for a number of clubs, with a place in the following season's Champions League granted to the winners.

That certainly seemed to be the case on the training ground at London Colney on Wednesday morning, with Arsene Wenger in serene mood as he greeted some of the younger stars. I don't know why but that was the drive and small details that changed myself to saying I have to support Arsenal.