A look at who’s in action for Arsenal over the next week.

First team

West Brom v Arsenal (Premier League)
Sat 18 March, 12:30pm KO (UK time)


No youth fixtures until 1 April


Arsenal ladies v Tottenham Hotspur Ladies (Women’s FA Cup)
Sun 19 March, 2pm
Meadow Park


Friday 17 March

Ismael Bennacer – Valenciennes v Tours – 7pm (Ligue 2)
Stefan O’Connor & Kelechi Nwakali – Telstar v MVV – 7pm (Eerste Divisie)
Gedion Zelalem – Dordrecht v VVV – 7pm (Eerste Divisie)

Saturday 18 March

Jack Wilshere – Bournemouth v Swansea – 5:30pm (Premier League)
Chuba Akpom – Leeds v Brighton – 5:30pm (Championship)
Krystian Bielik – Birmingham v Newcastle – 3pm (Championship)
Kaylen Hinds – Stevenage v Portsmouth – 3pm (League Two)
Matt Macey – Luton v Exeter – 3pm (League Two)
Jon Toral – Rangers v Hamilton Academical – 3pm (Scottish Premiership)
Julio Pleguezuelo – Huesca v Mallorca – 5pm (Segunda)
Takuma Asano – Greuther Fürth v Stuttgart – 12pm (2.Bundesliga)
Joel Campbell – Sporting v Nacional –  6:15pm (Liga Nos)
Tafari Moore – NEC v Utrecht – 6:30pm (Eredivisie)

Sunday 19 March

Calum Chambers – Middlesbrough v Manchester United – 12pm (Premier League)
Marc Bola – Notts County v Barnet – 3pm (League Two)
Wojciech Szczesny – Roma v Sassuolo – 7:45pm (Serie A)
Dan Crowley – Go Ahead Eagles v PEC Zwolle – 1:30pm (Eredivisie)

Tuesday 21 March

Matt Macey – Newport v Luton – 7:45pm (League Two)

Thursday 23 March

Takuma Asano –  Ingolstadt v Stuttgart – 2:30pm (friendly)

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