BATE can draw confidence that they could get the result they need at the Emirates Stadium, though, as Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will surely rest a number of key players given they have already topped the group. The trio have not started a Premier League match between them so far, but have played regularly in the Europa League.
The German defender picked up a minor thigh problem during the 3-1 loss to Manchester United last Saturday and had to be replaced in the first half.
The game kicks off at 8.05pm at the Emirates.
"Looking forward to the next three games Wenger insisted team selection will not change against Borisov because the group has been won, saying: "[It won't change] too much because I have many players available who need competition.
"It is not ideal for your balance, the way you fall down, for a footballer it's not great", said the Frenchman. "We'll play quite an experienced team tomorrow".
"You can do ice skating by bringing your child on and just making sure nothing happens to him, or (you can do) ice skating violently".
"That's always been the case, and I was against it".
For the Belarusians, they still have a chance to nick a place in the round of 32.
The Germany global sustained the "minor thigh problem" in the lead-up to Manchester United's second goal in just the 11th of the game last weekend.