ARSENAL were so bad on Saturday that Arsene Wenger has been forced to dust down the cheque book.
New faces are inevitable now – and plenty of them – after the reality of a 3-1 home defeat by Aston Villa hit hard.
No one will be on board in time for a Champions League qualifier against Fenerbahce and that's a problem for a tough trip.
The Turks are a difficult proposition in front of their own fans in Istanbul and I reckon Wenger will be happy to take a draw back to the Emirates and that pays 5-2 at William Hill.
Coral quote the North London outfit at 17-10 while Fenerbahce are the underdogs at 7-4 with Betfred.
Fenerbahce were shocked 3-2 away to promoted Konyaspor but before that beat Red Bull 3-1 at home to reach this stage.
Arsenal have kept clean sheets in five of their last six away games in Europe but with both teams conceding three at the weekend over 2.5 goals looks on.
The Gunners have plenty of injury problems but do have the memory of a 5-2 Champions League win in Istanbul the last time the sides met in 2008.
(5-2, William Hill)
Over 2.5 goals