Bayern Munich v Arsenal: 10 reasons for Arsenal to be optimistic of Champions League progress
From debunking myths to Arsenal's favourite scoreline - we find some reasons to be positive
Tuesday 11 March 2014
Arsenal take on Bayern Munich tonight, needing to overturn a 2-0 first-leg deficit.
Few are giving the Gunners any chance of progressing to the quarter-finals of the Champions League. However, stranger things have happened.
So here, we take a look at 10 reasons why perhaps not all is lost for Arsene Wenger and his team and they could spring a surprise at the Allianz Arena.
Check out our guide below...
Read more: 10 reasons for Arsenal to be optimistic of progress
Wenger pleads for 'fair chance' from referee
Important Ozil gives Arsenal boost
Flamini questions character of recent Arsenal sides
Hoeness tax fraud only cloud on Bayern horizon
If Bayern score early, it's 'probably not worth watching'
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain confident Arsenal can overturn two-goal deficit
Arjen Robben claims tie is not over
Arsenal take on Bayern Munich on Tuesday evening, with our live blog of the Champions League match beginning at 7pm.
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