|Today's Enhanced Odds|
|Promo Type||Enhanced Odds/Free Bet Bonus|
|Promo||17.00 (16/1) Man City, PSG and Atletico Madrid All to Win|
|Valid Until||19:45 BST - September 13, 2016|
|Accepted Countries||UK and Ireland (only)|
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Man City will host German side Borussia Monchengladbach at the Etihad, while Arsenal will go head to head with four-time French champions PSG at Parc des Princes. And finally, PSV Eindhoven are set to face last year’s runners-up in the competition Atletico Madrid at home.
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PSG have seen two marquee players depart their club last summer (Zlatan Ibrahimovic to Man United and David Luiz to Chelsea), while Arsenal have strengthened their squad with signings like Granit Xhaka, Lucas Perez and Shkodran Mustafi. Wenger hopes the new recruits – which have cost a combined £100 million – will help the Gunners reach far in the competition, unlike previous seasons, where he had to rely on inexperienced youngsters, despite some of them being the best young footballers at the time.
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“I was used to playing with younger squads because, when you build a new ground like the Emirates Stadium, you don’t have the resources,” confessed the Arsenal boss. “Now I have a team with more experienced players. There are exceptions, obviously, but the majority of the squad is basically between 24 and 30 in age. That’s where you have a good combination of physical strength and experience.”
With Wenger’s contract running out at the end of the season – it’s unclear whether he will be offered a renewal by the hierarchy – this could very well be his final season in Europe’s elite competition with the North London side.
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