Emery came in for criticism for his tactics again after the 1-1 home draw with Wolves on Saturday.
Ozil was restored to the starting line-up for Arsenal's Premier League clash against Wolves at The Emirates on Saturday afternoon.
Up next for the Gunners is a trip to the King Power Stadium on the weekend to face a Leicester side, who are flying high under Rodgers in third place in the Premier League on 23 points.
Arsenal are now enduring a hard period and heaps of pressure is being piled on manager Unai Emery from Arsenal fans both inside the stadium and on social media.
Ozil being frozen out of the team by Emery this season has hurt many fans but to see him back in the team was met with positivity by the fans.
Emery's two-year contract is due to of expire subsequent summer season, and the strategy to elongate it is largely dependent on whether or now no longer he can fulfil his initial brief of taking Arsenal relief into the Champions League.
Vitoria forward Bruno Duarte, who scored the first goal in the original match between these sides, said: "It is not enough to play well to defeat a big opponent".
"With this Arsenal team, there is no guarantee that going two goals ahead will put the game to bed".
Arsenal are now in fifth place in the Premier League table as they chase Champions League qualification this season.
The controversial reaction sparked further ire from the club's fanbase, with some wondering if the midfielder had played his last game for the Gunners.