Arsène Wenger has two targets for tonight's Champions League game: a clean sheet and at least one goal.
The Arsenal manager will serve a one-match UEFA touchline ban when his team face Udinese in the first leg of their Play-Off and he knows what to expect from the Italian side when he watches from the stands at Emirates Stadium.
"Udinese are an attacking team but they are also solid defensively," Wenger told the Official Matchday Programme.
"They are a creative side who scored many goals last year. You know the target at home is to be solid defensively and to score. That is what we will try to do.
"We want to be in the Champions League, we want to qualify, that's what we want to achieve."
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