Arsenal are hoping to rebound from defeat in their last Champions League outing as they travel to Spain to face Sevilla.
Sevilla currently sit 3rd in Group B with two draws from their first two games of the campaign.
It's been a fairly satisfactory start to the campaign for Sevilla who registered a 1-1 draw with Lens in their first game before claiming another points in a 2-2 draw with PSV in their most recent outing.
The draw in the Netherlands will have been a frustrating one for the Spanish side given they were 2-1 up in the dying seconds thanks to goals from Nemanja Gudelj and Youssef En-Nesyri only to then concede a 95th minuter equaliser.
It wasn't a bad result for Sevilla but a win there would have drastically improved their prospects of a top two finish in what is a very open group.
Sevilla were poor in La Liga for the most part last season and they've not been that much better this time around, either, as they enter this game having failed to win any of their last three in the league.
They did claim a decent point in their most recent result, mind, where they claimed a point in a 1-1 draw at home to Real Madrid so they'll feel like they're coming into this game in good shape.
This is one of the two hardest games in the group on paper but Sevilla's nouse in European competition is no secret and it's tough to back against them confidently regardless of who they're playing.
Arsenal currently sit 2nd in Group B with one win and one loss from their first two games of the campaign.
The Gunners began with a 4-0 win over PSV Eindhoven before falling to a 2-1 loss away at Lens last time out.
The loss in France was frustrating one for an Arsenal side that enjoyed the overwhelming majority of the ball and the play but struggled to break down and extremely resolute and organised Lens side in a game that simply felt like an off day for Arsenal.
The group is still very much in their hands so there's little reason for panic, but a loss here may well raise the heart rate of one or two given how capable Sevilla are of putting a strong group stage campaign together.
The Gunners are in good form on the whole having lost just one of their last five games in all competitions and are coming off the back of a 2-2 draw at Chelsea that may have come amidst an underwhelming performance on the whole but was also emblematic of a dogged resilience few usually associate with Arsenal, with Declane Rice and Leandro Trossard salvaging a point from a 2-0 deficit.
Arsenal will have watched Manchester United fall to a 3-0 defeat at this ground in the Europa league last season so they won't be taking Sevilla lightly and they'll have to improve on the weekend's performance if they are to claim three points in this one.
For our Sevilla vs. Arsenal prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the away side.