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Montemurro also spoke specifically about meeting with Arsenal and said: “It’ll be a pleasure for me to face Arsenal. I spent four wonderful years in London, bonding with many people, and it will be wonderful to meet them again.”

There will be another reunion apart from Hurtig seeing former teammates as Juventus manager Joe Montemurro previously coaches Arsenal. He won the Women’s Super League with the team and has spoken on his sadness at Mead’s injury. “I know Beth will come back stronger, I know Beth will be chomping at the bit to get back and work hard. I can only wish her all the best because she deserves the best, as a person and as a friend. We grew together and joined the club at similar times and had four fabulous years together so I can only wish her all the best, she will come back stronger, no doubt.”

Joe Montemurro
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Lina Hurtig, though injured and not on the team sheet this evening, will have been helpful to her side in the build-up to the game. She signed for Arsenal from Juventus in the summer and she will have insights into the club. Will they help? We will soon find out …

Juventus have made four changes to their starting squad from their 2-1 win over Parma on Saturday. Peyraud-Magnin, Salvai, Grosso and Bonansea come in and Sara Bjork Gunnardsottir is not involved in the squad due to a thigh injury.

Juventus starting XI: Peyraud-Magnin, Lenzini, Rosucci, Salvai, Boattin, Caruso, Pedersen, Grosso, Bonansea, Girelli, Beerensteyn

Arsenal have made one change to their starting 11 from their 3-2 defeat to Manchester United. Vivianne Miedema comes in for the injured Beth Mead.

Arsenal starting XI: Zinsberger, Wienroither, Wubben-Moy, Catley, McCabe, Walti, Maanum, Miedema, Nobbs, Foord, Blackstenius

Juventus team news is also out so stay tuned!


Good evening and welcome back to our coverage of the Women’s Champions League. Tonight Arsenal travel to Juventus to attempt to keep their unbeaten run in the competition on track.

The Gunners have so far defeated Lyon 5-1 and Zurich 3-1 to top Group C. They are trailed by Juventus by two points after they registered a 1-1 draw with Lyon and a 2-0 win over Zurich. A win over Arsenal this evening would see the Italian club top the group.

Arsenal’s biggest worry tonight will come in the form of injuries. We have had conformation that star forward Beth Mead has torn her ACL and will be out for months. She adds to the list of injuries at the club including Leah Williamson and Rafaelle Souza.

Let’s take a look at who Jonas Eidevall has called upon for tonight’s match. The team news is out ahead of kick-off at 8pm GMT.

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