Arsenal landed Swedish side Ostersunds in last week’s draw for the last 32 of the Europa League.
The two games will be played in February and with games against Spurs at White Lane and Man City at The Emirates around the same time, it makes for an interesting month.
After City won at Old Trafford this weekend it remains to be seen whether we could be the only team to stand between City and an unbeatable season as they are still on target to emulate the Arsenal Invincibles, so far having only drawn just one game and won the rest.
Ostersunds are managed by an Englishman and won the Swedish Cup last season to qualify for the Europa League and surprised many people by qualifying for the last 32 out of a group which originally contained Hertha Berlin and Athletic Bilbao.
Arsenal have never lost a European match against Swedish opposition and would be hoping to maintain that record to book a place in the last 16 come February. The away game takes place on the 15th of February and the return at The Emirates is the following week on the 22nd.