Arsenal head to Bayern Munich with a seemingly impossible task in front of them as they seek to overturn a 3-1 deficit. The Gunners were outclassed in the first leg at the Emirates Stadium so it will take quite a leap of faith to expect them to inflict a bigger defeat on the Bundesliga outfit in their own backyard.
Realistically, Arsenal are looking at damage limitation in Bavaria, where they’re 15/2 courtesy of Betfred to win on the night but the Germans are just 2/5 at BetVictor rack up an even bigger aggregate lead with a home victory and in the circumstances that looks the most likely outcome.
The Gunners simply have to push forward in search of the three goals required to keep the tie alive but even without adopting that attacking approach they have looked porous at the back and Bayern can take full advantage of their defensive frailty at the Allianz Arena.
In a potentially open affair, it’s a safe-looking 8/11 at bet365 for both teams to get on the scoresheet and that lends appeal to Coral’s 15/8 for Jupp Heynckes to come out on top without keeping a clean sheet.
Bayern Munich to win ‘not to nil’ – 15/8 (Coral)