The international break is coming to an end, so it’s time to look to the domestic game again.

Arsenal boss Arsène Wenger is doing just that and has a huge week ahead, facing a trip to Watford before taking on German champions Bayern Munich.

The manager has looked back at a fantastic win against Manchester United and just what it meant for the club, how we can give Bayern a test and expressed his thoughts on Liverpool sacking Brendan Rodgers last Sunday.

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