Arsenal are set to hold a pre-match press conference in Kiev - which is 185 miles (300km) west of Poltava - on Wednesday evening, while Thursday's match is scheduled to kick off at 17:55 GMT.
Arsenal's Emile Smith Rowe, right, celebrates with his teammate Matteo Guendouzi after scoring his side's opening goal during the Europa League match between Vorskla and Arsenal at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev.
Smith Rowe in particular was impressive in an inexperienced Arsenal side, catching Emery's eye ahead of Sunday's north London derby against rivals Tottenham.
It's not been plain sailing for Arsenal however, who won just two of those games (against Bournemouth and Vorskla) and drew three (against Liverpool, Wolves and Sporting Lisbon).
The call to relocate the game was made on Tuesday evening, with Vorskla particularly unhappy with UEFA's decision and official confirmation that the match would take place at all not coming from the governing body until six hours before kick-off.
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Arsenal said in a statement on their website they were "currently working closely with UEFA and the relevant authorities to ensure the safety and welfare" of all Gunners fans travelling to the match and would provide further updates on match arrangements as soon as they had received confirmation from UEFA.
"Every cup we're in we want to win".
Emery mentioned that it is their policy to give young players a good platform and it has been working well. "Then [during the] 90 minutes, it's not a very big change".
'I would say it's a bit too early to say something about it but I'm very pleased to be here and I'm trying my best, ' he said. "If we played at home there would definitely be another result".
"But it does not matter where we play".