Arsenal's ‘great’ Europa League start excites Alex Iwobi

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Arsenal host an out of form Everton side in the Premier League on Sunday.

Torreira was forced off with a knee injury in the 57th minute of last night's Europa League win over Vorskla Poltava.

Arsenal manager Unai Emery says he hopes midfielder Lucas Torreira is fit to play against Everton on Sunday after being substituted in the Gunners' Europa League win on Thursday.

Yet, even with Cech enduring an indifferent start to the season under Emery, the 36-year-old has managed to retain his place. I think we also have players to help them after the start of the match. The Uruguayan global was impressive and I'd like to see him keep his place but I don't think Emery will risk him.

Leno gave an interview in the wake of the Vorskla win in which he claimed he had expected to be starting every week in the Premier League, and while Emery is unable to make such a promise at this time, he did insist further opportunities will be forthcoming. "I think I did a good job with the ball, with the passing". I train very hard and maybe it needs a little bit of time.

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The Hale End Academy product, who set up the opening goal scored by the Gunners, was given the highest marks by Football.

Leno revealed Emery has not come to a specific arrangement with his goalkeepers over who will play in which matches, and added that he has a good working relationship with Cech.

Therefore, Matteo Guendouzi is likely to come back in to midfield while Granit Xhaka will replace Mohamed Elneny after being rested for the Europa League clash.

"Also, then we have the possibility to give them chances to continue improving and show their performance with this passion and look at each performance in each match or in training here at Colney. I will work every day hard to play more games".

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