The Gunners travel to Emery's old club Valencia on Thursday defending a 3-1 semi-final, first leg lead given to them by the two star strikers at the Emirates last week.
A three-time winner of the competition with Sevilla, Unai Emery is on course for another Europa League final in his first season at Arsenal.
Emery's side host Valencia in the Europa League semi-final first leg on Thursday, having lost all three games without Ramsey since he was forced off in Naples.
The impact of missing out on the Champions League has had serious implications on the budget Emery has had to work with.
A league table based on away form only would see Emery's side in ninth place, behind Crystal Palace and Watford.
Arsenal have been impressive at home this season but their away form has generally been poor.
However, coach Unai Emery warned the Gunners to expect a strong response in the second leg in Naples on April 18.
Arsenal boss Emery, while conceding his team had played badly, tried to remain positive in the aftermath at Goodison Park.
Suarez has struggled since his January loan move from Barcelona and the Spanish midfielder is yet to make a competitive start for the Gunners.
Arsenal threw away an early lead to lose 3-1 in France in their Europa League last 16, first leg on Thursday.
The Gunners' bid to return to the Champions League after a two-year hiatus has hit the rocks of late -- Saturday's 1-0 defeat by West Ham left them six points adrift of fourth-placed Chelsea.
The Gunners stretched their unbeaten run to 21 games but had looked set to drop two points at the Emirates Stadium before Torreira's spectacular overhead kick seven minutes from time.
Last season Arsenal, under Arsene Wenger, took just six points from matches against other members of the Big Six.
Emery, then in charge at Sevilla, got the better of Klopp in the final in Basel, with his side coming from behind to win 3-1, and subsequently won the French league title with Paris Saint-Germain.
The Arsenal captain had thrown his gloves to the ground following his substitution in Sunday's 2-2 draw at Crystal Palace.