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Arsenal have been drawn against last season's runners-up Bayern Munich in the last 16 of the Champions League.
Arsene Wenger has also warned there can be no complacency against Napoli, who need victory to maintain their own hopes of qualification.
– Arsene Wenger
Benitez has a very big experience, is a very intelligent manager so I know he will prepare his team well.
The only way we can counter that is to be at our best and put in a good performance as an average performance will not be good enough.
When you go from Fenerbahce to Dortmund, you are used to these kind of atmospheres and we know how to deal with that.
We will (try) to rotate a little bit at times, but never more than two or three players because the stability of the side is so important
When you play so many games, sometimes in one game you have a feeling the legs are a bit tired, but sometimes the game after they surprise you again and everybody has recovered.
At the moment we have a stable squad. In some positions I rotate more than others where the stability is important.
– Arsene Wenger
But overall we have no major signs of fatigue medically.
The Napoli game certainly (is decisive) as it is to be in the Champions League or not.
The two other (Premier League) games not definitely as we are five points ahead and overall the (English) championship is a marathon.
Arsene Wenger says his side is showing few signs of fatigue as they embark on a run of fixtures which will test their hopes of progressing both in Europe and in the Barclays Premier League.
The Gunners are already three points clear at the top of Champions League Group F when they take on Napoli. A draw would be good enough to secure first place and with it seeding for the knockout stage.
The players will have little time to recover when they travel back from Italy directly after the Napoli match before tackling Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday lunchtime. Arsenal then go into a showdown with Chelsea on December 23.
There is then the north London derby against Tottenham in the FA Cup third round on January 4.
Police have released images of two men they are trying to trace after violent clashes ahead of the Arsenal v Napoli match in October. A restaurant often used by Arsenal fans, Piebury Corner, was targeted and vandalised by a group of around 30 Napoli supporters.
London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham will play each other in the third round of the FA Cup. The match will take place on the first weekend of January at the Emirates.
The last time the two clubs met in the FA Cup was in the 2001 semi-final.
The first team squad will be donating a day's wages to support the education and sport projects the Foundation supports, which help change the lives of young people in the UK and abroad.
Arsene Wenger shared part of this afternoon's press conference with Siobhan Dunn, from the Teenage Cancer Trust, one of the charities Arsenal supports.
The Arsenal manager admitted even though he's happy the money the club raises is spent well, he always feels like he could do more.
Jack Wilshere also praised Arsene Wenger as the driving force behind his blossoming Arsenal and England career. He said Wenger's loyalty helps get the best out of Arsenal's young talent, adding:
"He's been the main person in my career: he gave me a chance when I was 16. He gave me special care, put his arm around me, he picked me out and gave me the chance to train with the first team every day and that helped my career massively, just learning from the way they play."
Jack Wilshere continued: "Sending me on loan to Bolton, learning to play the Premier League way, that was important too. Some games I didn't play well but he still stuck with me when I made mistakes. If you make mistakes he sticks with you, and that's huge."
Jack Wilshere says Cesc Fabregas has been Arsenal's biggest loss in the transfer market. The midfielder admitted he was "really upset" Fabregas swapped Arsenal for Barcelona in 2011.
Jack Wilshere believes Arsenal felt the loss of Fabregas more keenly than the departure of Robin Van Persie. But Wilshere is confident new recruit Mesut Ozil can fill the void: Speaking on Arsenal's website, he said:
"The one I was really upset about leaving was Fabregas, I learned so much from just watching him. He's similar to me starting at a young age. I was the most upset about him leaving. But to arrive I'm excited about Ozil, he's settled in nicely.
"His first game away at Sunderland he got an assist and was man of the match. He plays the Arsenal way and there's a lot more to come. He's so comfortable on the ball, right foot, left foot. If you look at his stats he runs the most, he makes it look easy but that only masks how hard he works."
Arsene Wenger has challenged his players to "finish the job" and guarantee their place in the last 16 of the Champions League with a positive result in Napoli after winning their Group F game against Marseille 2-0 at the Emirates Stadium.
Arsene Wenger said: "It is unbelievable, (not to have qualified yet with 12 points), but it is reality. We have to finish the job. It is not an easy situation - it is a tricky situation because you can think, 'Okay, let's just not lose big' but I think that would be a mistake.
"[We need to] go there, play in a positive way and try to win the game. Everything else would be a dangerous gamble.
"Having said that, Marseille will play the last game at home to Dortmund - they haven't lost [that game] yet. They will have to turn up. They will be under pressure to at least take some points from this group stage."
Police said Nicklas Bendtner has been cautioned which means he will not have to go to court.In a statement, Hertfordshire Police said:
A 25-year-old man from Bushey has been cautioned for criminal damage and is no longer in custody.
He was arrested in connection with an incident which occurred at an address in The Avenue, Bushey, in the early hours of November 24.