Arsenal boss Unai Emery calls for improvement from Mesut Ozil

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The two Spanish managers facing each other for the first time in the Premier League.

Asked about his tactics today, Benitez said: "Every game is different".

Both Matt Ritchie and Jonjo Shelvey were missing before the worldwide break but the manager revealed they are both back in the squad tomorrow.

Arsenal travel to Tyneside to face Newcastle, who have their own problems to worry about.

Unai Emery has admitted that Mesut Ozil still has the capacity to improve and has called on the Arsenal midfielder to become more dominant in matches.

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"We have to decide now who can play but both Ritchie and Shelvey are in the squad". The tactics have to be right.

"The way they were playing was very similar to when I was at Valencia and Liverpool - organised, pressing, passing the ball".

He also has a full time English teacher with him at Arsenal's training ground as he looks to pick up the lingo as fast as possible. "He enjoys his job and I think he will do well". We will try to set a team up that can win with the tactics, and that's what I have to do. We need to win the three points, then think the same for the Europa League.

"Last year, we had some games in a row (when) we weren't winning, but we were close".

"He was not sleeping at the beginning but the last two days it has settled down".

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'With less than a year remaining on his contract, Ramsey is in a very strong negotiating position and is also a very attractive proposition for a lot of big clubs around Europe, ' Winterburn told Sportingbet. "He is fine now".

Meanwhile, Newcastle may be forced to rest Salomon Rondon and DeAndre Yedlin after they made a late return from global duty with Venezuela and the United States national team respectively.

"They are fine but, always after these trips, you have to be careful".

"In terms of confidence to know that you can do, it's important".

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