Arsene Wenger is hoping that his team's big match experience will see them through to the group stage of the Champions League. The Gunners must beat Besiktas tonight at the Emirates Stadium in the second leg of their Champions League qualifying tie - the first leg last week finished 0-0.
However, they will be without midfielder Aaron Ramsey who is suspended after being sent off in Istanbul. Striker Olivier Giroud is also out after picking up an injury. But Wenger believes his team is strong enough to cope:
Experience plays a big part. We have big experience in the Champions League of playing high pressure games and we can use that. This group is strong and mentally prepared and ready for the fight. What's most important is that we go out and play at our best.
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