Arsenal’s 2,400 mile-round commute to Belarus comes 3 days after Monday’s 2-Zero win over West Brom and 3 days sooner than their seek advice from of Brighton on Sunday (12pm).
And Wenger admits the Gunners’ busy fixture schedule may power him into quite a few rotation adjustments.
“I have a decision to make and at the moment I would say that the schedule for us is a bit cruel,” Wenger instructed the Evening Standard.
“We play [on Monday], we play in BATE Borisov on Thursday evening and play Sunday morning at 12pm.
“There is not any wish to communicate to the Premier League about [the TV schedule] as a result of it is the tv that comes to a decision.
“So for us the time may be very brief. But the tv comes to a decision and I do not bitch about that.
“What I need to say is that for the choice it has an have an effect on for me for the primary day and for the Sunday recreation.
“Because you have got any other house recreation and it is important to that we’ve got a powerful file at house.”