Mikel Arteta has once again rotated his side for the Europa League fixture away to Bodo/Glimt, making seven changes from the side that beat Liverpool at the weekend.
Ben White, William Saliba, Bukayo Saka and captain Martin Odegaard are all retained for the group game on the artificial pitch in northern Norway.
It means more European action for Matt Turner, Rob Holding, Sambi Lokonga and Fabio Vieira, while Reiss Nelson comes in to make his first start for the team since January 2021.
There are also three youngsters on the bench in Matt Smith, Khayon Edwards and Bradley Ibrahim - find out more about them.
Norway national team captain Odegaard is playing his first club football back in his home country since leaving Stromgodset for Real Madrid in 2015.
The hosts have made two changes from the side that faced us at Emirates Stadium last week, with Marius Lode replacing Brede Moe at centre-back, while Ola Solbakken is preferred to Joel Mugisha in attack.
Bodo/Glimt: Haikin, Sampsted, Hoibraten, Lode, Wembangomo, Vetlesen, Berg, Saltnes, Solbakken, Pellegrino, Espejord. Subs: Lund, Sery, Amundsen, Gronbaek, Moe, Konradsen, Hagen, Sorli, Zugelj, Salvesen, Mugisha.
Arsenal: Turner, White, Holding, Saliba, Tierney, Lokonga, Odegaard, Saka, Vieira, Nelson, Nketiah. Subs: Ramsdale, Hein, Cedric, Ibrahim, Tomiyasu, Gabriel, Partey, Xhaka, Smith, Marquinhos, Martinelli, Edwards.
Tune in now for the best pre-match coverage of the game for any Gooner.
Nicole Holliday and Adrian Clarke are live from the My Arsenal Rewards box, who will look back at the home match against Bodo/Glimt last week and break down how we can claim another three points from our visit to Norway.
Stadium announcer Peter Mujuzi joins us to talk about his role at the club, before we hand over to Max Jones and Nigel Winterburn for live commentary of the game.