Arsenal are looking to take one step closer to Champions League knockout qualification as they face Sevilla at the Emirates on Wednesday.
Arsenal currently sit top of Group B with two wins and one loss from three games so far in the campaign.
The Gunners kicked off with a 4-0 win over PSV Eindhoven before falling to a 2-1 defeat away in Lens following by a 2-1 win in Seville last time out.
It was vital that Mikel Arteta's side claim three points out in Spain last time out following the surprise defeat in Lens the game prior in order to wrestle back control of the group and they've done exactly that, with Lens' draw with PSV meaning top spot is back in Arsenal's hand.
They are, however, coming into this game slightly out of form having won two, drawn one and lost two of their last five games in all competitions, the most recent of which was a 1-0 defeat away at Newcastle.
The loss at Newcastle came via a high contentious and widely publicised goal but that should not deflect from the fact Arsenal were, once again, far from their best.
That level of performance seems to be a running theme for Arsenal this season despite good results on the whole with many still feeling Arteta's men are far from their best.
They've now lost two games in a row and need to get back to winning ways here and if they are to top this Champions League group then this fixture is nothing short of a must-win.
Sevilla currently sit 3rd in Champions League Group B with two draws and one loss from three games so far.
Draws with Lens, 1-1, and PSV, 2-2, preceded a 1-2 loss to Arsenal in their last game to complete what has been a frustrating start to the competition for the Spanish side.
It's been a disappointing campaign on the whole for Sevilla, in fact, who find themselves 15th in the league table having won just two of eleven league games so far.
They're coming into this game in poor form having won one, drawn three and lost one of their last five games, the most recent of which was an unconvincing 1-1 draw away at Celta de Vigo with an 84th minute equaliser from Youssef En-Nesyri rescuing a point for Sevilla against a ten-man Celta side.
Sevilla's only win in their last eight games came against CD Quintanar, a side currently playing in Spain's sixth tier, in the Copa del Rey so it feels like they're in line for another defeat here.
For our Arsenal vs. Sevilla prediction, we're going for a 2-0 win for the home side.