However, after martial law was declared in some regions of the country, UEFA's emergency panel announced the match will now take place in Kiev's Olimpiyskiy Stadium. "The young players are going to have chances".
Arsenal thought they had a fourth midway through the second half as Smith Rowe profited from some very suspect Vorskla defending, but the goal was ruled out in confusing circumstances and the score stayed at 3-0.
Arsenal are expecting Thursday's Europa League game against FC Vorskla to go ahead as planned in Kiev, with coach Unai Emery set to field a number of academy youngsters after leaving most of his regulars at home.
"They need confidence playing matches, not only in training but also to take minutes in games like today".
This can come as a real positive to Arsenal fans, as Arsenal will need to grab the game by the scruff of the neck against Spurs.
The Gunners' midfielder and Armenia captain Henrikh Mkhitaryan also took part in Wednesday's pre-match press conference. They are working with us in all the sessions and also in preseason.
"We have responsibility with the young players to show us if they can improve and stay with us".
"It doesn't change a lot for us to play here, only that we had to move to Kiev like the journalists and the Arsenal supporters who travelled". "At Arsenal, every year we are working very well with young players".
'In the 90 minutes, the first thing for us is to win, and then finish the match with some substitutions and the end result'.
He said: "My fingers and my toes are very cold, but you've just got to get on with it".
Arsenal are already through to the Europa League's last 32 and will win the group with victory over a side they beat 4-2 in London in September.