Galatasaray star Blerim Dzemaili looks ahead to Wednesday evening's encounter with Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.
Galatasaray midfielder Blerim Dzemaili, 28, who has produced two goal-scoring opporunities and an 81% passing accuracy from three Turkish Super Lig appearances this season, has issued a four-point plan in order for his side to negate the threat of Arsenal tomorrow evening.
- Play as a team
- Defend strongly
- Play the Gala game
- Be unafraid
"Arsenal are a team that play very good football from [the back]," Dzemaili is quoted to have said by the official website of Arsenal. "They try to always play the ball and I remember that they are a team - they go together.
"[The Gunners] give everything for the team so for us it will be important to play as a team, to defend strongly and to play our game," he said, before adding: "[We can] not be afraid.
"We have to respect [Arsenal] - that's important - but not to be afraid because I think we have a good team. We can play against every team and I think it's going to be in our hands."
Arsenal are currently bottom of Group D in the Champions League having already been beaten by Borussia Dortmund in the opening round of matches.
Anderlecht and Galatasaray drew 1-1 in their game so each have a point.
Arsenal must take advantage of competing in front of their own fans in order to get some much-needed points on the board as well as a confidence-boosting result ahead of another big game at the weekend, this time against Chelsea in the Premier League at Stamford Bridge.