Via the magic of Twitter, there's a series of updates on tomorrow's Arsenal vs. Borussia Dortmund, which clearly has huge implications on the Champions League fortunes of not only those two teams, but also Napoli, who's also in the mix for qualifying out of this year's Group of Death. (We can rule Marseille out at this point, right?)
Arsene Wenger reported that (good news!) Serge Gnabry and Kieran Gibbs will be part of the squad going to Germany and ostensibly able to start. Jack Wilshere, however -- a late scratch in Sunday's Liverpool match due to an ankle injury -- is staying in London and will undergo physio testing on Thursday to determine whether he's available for the match at Old Trafford this coming Sunday. If he doesn't play Sunday, he'll also be bubble-wrapped for the upcoming international break (with friendlies against Chile and Germany, happening while less-fortunate Euro teams duke it out for World Cup spots).
AW: "@JackWilshere has not travelled. He has another test on Thursday if he does not pass that he is out for Sunday and for England."— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) November 5, 2013
Also, there was a trollific retort to Klopp's awesome interview carried in the Guardian earlier this week that likened Arsenal to a symphony and Dortmund to Metallica and Slayer.
AW: "I am not a music specialist. But Dortmund is a very good team, so we should see a good symphony tomorrow."— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) November 5, 2013
Seriously, though, these managers are the best. Everyone good with these teams going through and leaving Rafa Benitez's Napoli in the dust?