By Will Butcher

Arsenal are set to do battle with Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday night as both sides look to secure top spot in Group A.

The Gunners sit alongside the French champions on 10 points, while Ludogorets and Basel will fight it out for a Europa League place.

With first place and an easier route into the knockout phase up for grabs, it is all to play for. But who would make a combined team of Arsenal and PSG players?

Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani would spearhead the attack in what would be a deadly front four. Mesut Ozil would link up with Cavani, after scoring a superb seven goals in 15 games from midfield. Javier Pastore misses out.

Cavani has been in superior form this term, scoring 15 goals in the same amount of games.

The inclusion of the goal machine would see Sanchez move out wide, while former Manchester United midfielder Angel Di Maria would line up on the other flank after resurrecting his career in Paris.

Arsenal must be wary of PSG’s strong central midfield on Wednesday, with Marco Verratti and Blaise Matuidi both in the side over the likes of Santi Cazorla, Mohamed Elneny, Francis Coquelin and Aaron Ramsey.

Layvin Kurzawa is preferred to Nacho Monreal, as the 24-year-old continues to impress on the left side of PSG’s defence. Shkodran Mustafi and Marquinihos miss out as Laurent Koscielny and PSG skipper Thiago Silva line up together.

On the right side of defence, Serge Aurier would be overlooked for Hector Bellerin. Both players are unavailable tomorrow, though, as Aurier was denied a visa and Bellerin is injured.

In other Arsenal news, Arsene Wenger has revealed that this star’s long-term injury will have long-lasting effects.