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The match will be played in the Venue: Stadium Ludogorets Arena Kick off. This is a very important game for both teams as they are looking to make their mark on the league. The fans are really excited about this match, and there is no doubt that it will be a great one. Both teams have won some games and lost some games but overall the results have been mixed.
Here we’ll take a look on the FC Zurich vs. Arsenal Lineups, live score, H2H and provide you with the latest match details once the game start.
FC Zurich vs. Arsenal Lineups, live score, H2H 08 September 2022
On Thursday, Arsenal’s next bid for Europa League success gets underway as the Gunners travel to Kybunpark to take on Swiss champions FC Zurich. Due to their fifth-place Premier League result, Mikel Arteta’s team had an easy path into the group stage while their opponents were eliminated from Champions League qualification.
Contrary to its more illustrious rivals, Zurich has played in the Champions League in 2022–23; nevertheless, Franco Foda was unable to lead his team past Qarabag of Azerbaijan, and Zurich lost on aggregate by a score of 5–4.
Dropping to the second division of European play, Zurich rebounded to defeat Hearts 3-1 on aggregate before putting five past Linfield over the course of two games.
The 13-time defending champions from Switzerland exited the competition at the group stage in each of the editions from 2011–12, 2014–15, and 2016–17. However, they broke this curse in their final appearance in the secondary competition, reaching the last-32 in 2018–19 before being defeated by Napoli.
On a more depressing note, FCZ has had a brutally dismal start to the defense of their Swiss Super League championship, going winless through seven games and losing three straight games at home to Sion, Basel, and Lugano.
FC Zurich lineup:
|08/09/2022||17:45||FC Zürich||–||Arsenal FC|
|17:45||PSV Eindhoven||–||FK Bodø/Glimt|
|15/09/2022||20:00||Arsenal FC||–||PSV Eindhoven|
|20:00||FK Bodø/Glimt||–||FC Zürich|
|06/10/2022||17:45||FC Zürich||–||PSV Eindhoven|
|20:00||Arsenal FC||–||FK Bodø/Glimt|
|13/10/2022||17:45||FK Bodø/Glimt||–||Arsenal FC|
|20:00||PSV Eindhoven||–||FC Zürich|
|27/10/2022||17:45||PSV Eindhoven||–||Arsenal FC|
|17:45||FC Zürich||–||FK Bodø/Glimt|
|03/11/2022||20:00||Arsenal FC||–||FC Zürich|
|20:00||FK Bodø/Glimt||–||PSV Eindhoven|
Arsenal certainly had a severe reality check at the conclusion of the 2021–22 season after being considered the favorites for the fourth and final Champions League berth and even being tipped as dark horses for third.
The North London club, who were losing finalists in 2019, losing semi-finalists in 2018 and 2021, and the less said about their last-32 exit to Olympiacos in 2020, the better, now faces a fifth season in the second tier of European football.
However, the Mikel Arteta approach has been successful for the Gunners over the past few weeks, with the club’s wise acquisitions helping to establish them as a pressing machine. However, Manchester United took the Gunners tumbling back down.