The best starting XI made up from players from both sides.
In one of the most highly anticipated fixtures of the Champions League last-16, Arsenal take on Bayern Munich for a place in the quarter-finals.
Bayern are the reigning champions in this competition and also won the Bundesliga and German Cup last season, but the Gunners are also in great form.
Here is a combined XI made up of the many stars from both sides.
Goalkeeper – Manuel Neuer: As good as Wojciech Szczesny has been between the sticks this term there is an argument that Neuer is now the best stopper in the world.
Right-back – Bacary Sagna: With Philipp Lahm having moved away from the right side of defence it is a straight fight for a place between Sagna and Rafinha and the Frenchman wins.
Centre-back – Per Mertesacker: Bayern may have the best defensive record in Europe but the north Londoners have also had a great back line this term and Mertesacker is the pick of the bunch.
Centre-back – Dante: However, there did have to be one centre-back from the German champions in the mix and this late bloomer has been solid once again this campaign.
Left-back – David Alaba: It’s easy to forget this Austrian is still only 21-years-old due to his supreme talent and confidence and Alaba is perhaps the best in the world in the position.