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Arsenal Women prepare for blockbuster match against Bayern Munich



Record-breaking crowd expected at Emirates Stadium

Arsenal Women are set to face Bayern Munich in the quarter-finals of the UEFA Women’s Champions League, and expectations are high for what could be one of the biggest matches of the season. Already, 20,000 tickets have been sold for the tie, which is a record for the Women’s Champions League in the UK.

If you want to be a part of the action, it’s not too late to purchase tickets for the match at Emirates Stadium tonight. Whether you’re rooting for Arsenal or Bayern Munich, it promises to be an exciting game.

Arsenal coach comments on Bayern’s strengths

Arsenal coach Jonas Eidevall is well aware of the challenges ahead. His team will be facing a tough opponent in Bayern Munich, a team with plenty of individual talent and organisation. Eidevall notes that Bayern’s players are skilled in every position, including goalkeepers, defenders, and fullbacks. Above all, however, they work well together as a unit.

Fortunately for Arsenal, the away goals rule will not be a factor in this match, simplifying the task ahead. Eidevall is confident that his team can win the match if they play to the best of their abilities.

Arsenal players rise to the challenge

Arsenal midfielder Lia Walti says the team is up for the challenge, despite recent injuries and a grueling schedule. “We know we can deal with anything, and we’re ready for the tough period,” she says. “We just have to stay focused and play our game.”

Meanwhile, defender Leah Williamson acknowledges the strain of the season, but insists that the team has what it takes to come out on top. “The last few weeks have been tough and tiring, but confidence is high after the last two matches,” she says. “We want to present the best version of ourselves in tomorrow’s match.”

Bundesliga club aims to execute their attacks

Bayern Munich midfielder Lina Magull knows that her team will have to step up their game if they want to win against Arsenal. “We’re aware of what Arsenal are capable of, that they want to have a lot of the ball and are very good on the ball,” she says. “We saw that last week, which is why we want to make sure we have more possession ourselves and execute our attacks better.”

Despite the team’s struggles during the previous match at the Allianz Arena, Magull believes that Bayern can travel to London with a sense of confidence. The team has already secured two crucial wins, and will be looking to continue their winning streak.

Notable injuries for Arsenal Women

Arsenal Women will unfortunately be without some notable players for the match. Beth Mead and Vivianne Miedema are both recovering from ACL injuries and will not be able to play. Additionally, Brazilian winger Giovanna Queiroz suffered a contact injury against Tottenham and will not be able to participate in the Champions League fixture because she is not included in the club’s Champions League squad.



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