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2018 Schedule
10-4-2, 5th in English Premier League
Emery happy with Koscielny return (1:00)

Mattias Karen Arsenal correspondent 

Arsenal lead Qarabag 1-0 at halftime at the Emirates, thanks to Alexandre Lacazette's well-taken goal. Aside from that strike it's largely been a half to forget, with little in the form of intensity or chances. This game feels like the dead rubber it is.

Mattias Karen Arsenal correspondent 

As expected, Laurent Koscielny makes his first appearance of the season for Arsenal against Qarabag in the Europa League. Mesut Ozil is also back, while Unai Emery has picked Alexandre Lacazette and Sokratis in a team otherwise made up of backups and youth players. Promising 17-year-old winger Bukayo Saka makes his full debut.

Exploding Heads: Sol Campbell is a genius (3:14)
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Arsenal may need centre-back in January - Emery

Arsenal are facing a shortage of defenders after Rob Holding was ruled out for the season last week with a torn knee ligament.

Transfer Rater: Gunners going for defence (2:55)
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Ex-England captain Adams new RFL president

Former Arsenal and England captain Tony Adams will become the new Rugby Football League president, the governing body announced on Wednesday.

Emery confirms Koscielny's return against Qarabag (1:11)
Premier League: 28 goals in 90 seconds (1:30)
ICYMI: Terrific Torreira, Messi magic & down goes Man City (1:40)
Extra Time: Kante's positioning; Ozil's future at Arsenal (8:54)

Mattias Karen Arsenal correspondent 

Arsenal come away with a hard-fought 1-0 win over Huddersfield after Lucas Torreira's acrobatic winner in the 83rd minute. Not a very impressive game overall by the Gunners and Unai Emery's tactics in the first half probably need to be questioned. But once again they find a way of winning ugly, and their ability to pull out results in close games certainly can't be questioned.

Torreira's acrobatic effort gives Arsenal the lead (1:22)

Mattias Karen Arsenal correspondent 

True to their habits, Arsenal are only level 0-0 at HT against Huddersfield at the Emirates, having missed two good chances to score and seeing one goal controversially ruled out for offside. It's been a testy affair with eight yellow cards so far, but not a whole lot of fluid attacking football.

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference154th
Goals Scored352nd
Goals Conceded20Tied-7th