Bayern Munich have Arjen Robben back fit ahead of their match with Arsenal.
Arsenal must contend with Dutch winger Arjen Robben this week when they visit Bayern Munich.
The former Chelsea ace missed the game at The Emirates a fortnight ago through injury, which Arsenal won 2-0.
His last game at the stadium two years ago saw him win a penalty which led to Arsenal's eventual elimination, and his absence was a big plus for the Gunners.
He is not missing any more.
Robben was pictured in training for Bayern Munich on Monday alongside Douglas Costa, and is expected to be involved at the Allianz Arena.
The injury plagued star has angered Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger in the past, who labelled him a diver.
Speaking ahead of the Emirates clash, Robben told The Daily Telegraph of Wenger: "I haven't got a problem. I think he's unique. To be there for such a long time you are doing a lot of things very, very well."
Robben, 31, is yet to play in the Champions League this season, and has played five of 11 Bundesliga games, scoring twice.
Arsenal need at least a draw at Bayern to boost their chances of qualification. They have three points from a possible nine in their group, losing to Olympiakos and Dinamo Zagreb before upsetting the German champions at The Emirates.
Bayern have had a near perfect start to their domestic season, winning 10 of 11 Bundesliga matches, drawing with Eintracht Frankfurt at the weekend.