Arsene Wenger has revealed a key part of his starting line-up for the Champions League visit to Bayern Munich.
The Gunners are set for a trip to the German side for one of the stand-out ties of this season’s Champions League first knock-out round.
Following Petr Cech’s recent displays, there have been some uncertainty over whether the 34-year-old will retain his place in goal, especially for Wednesday’s affair.
However, Wenger has confirmed the former Chelsea goalkeeper will definitely be replaced by David Ospina at the Allianz Arena regardless
“It will be Ospina in goal,” the Arsenal manager said at his press-conference on Monday.
“He has produced some good performances and we are in the last 16 and finished top of the group because of him.
According to the Gunners boss, the Colombian shot-stopper has proven his quality on the previous occasions he has been called upon in the competition.
“If you analyse his performances in every single game, we are where we are because of his great performances.” he added