Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is a major doubt for Arsenal's latest Premier League fixture against Fulham.
Arsenal's win in Azerbaijan was hard fought, and the visitors were indebted to a sharp display from Bernd Leno.
Unai Emery is determined to keep looking ahead rather than dwelling on the current eight-match winning run he is enjoying as Arsenal head coach.More news: Mark Lawrenson states his prediction for Liverpool FC v Man City
Qarabag, the reigning Azerbaijan Premier League champions, had a bad record against English teams - played four, lost four and conceding 14 goals across matches against Tottenham and Chelsea.
"Fulham is a very big challenge for us, first because it's away and second because each match in the Premier League is very, very hard", Emery said. Fulham have to win their home games because it will be a struggle for them on the road.
The 18-year-old has caught the eye for the Gunners during their European campaign so far, featuring in both Europa League wins for Emery's side, while scoring his first professional goal in the recent win against Qarabag. We are thinking only of the performance tomorrow.More news: Hubble data hints at first ever moon outside our moon
Emery went with three centre-backs for the first time and it soon became clear none of his defenders were particularly comfortable with it.
In a statement, Uefa said: "It is standard procedure for Uefa to send letters of support to associations, clubs or embassies in order to obtain visa for players in order to be able to travel to another country and play in Uefa competition matches". It's a very good team and I think their coach is a very good coach with experience in England. All five of the last games in the Premier League have been wins.
They have won only one of their seven games and Slavisa Jokanovic's side hold the division's joint worst defensive record, conceding 16 goals along with Cardiff and Huddersfield. We are working to find our best formation, Jokanovic said.More news: Melania Trump: 'Glad' both Kavanaugh and Ford were heard
However, Alexandre Lacazette, Danny Welbeck, and Alex Iwobi are all in splendid form, and can do the job for the team.