Arsenal will be looking to make it two from two in the Europa League group stages tonight when they welcome Standard Liege to the Emirates.
The Gunners, beaten finalists last season, smashed Eintracht Frankfurt in Germany in their opening Group F tie and know a win this evening will give them control of their standings.
Liege, who finished third in the Belgian First Division last season, beat Vitoria Guimaraes in their Matchday One tie.
Unai Emery’s side drew 1-1 at Manchester United on Monday night while Liege claimed the same scoreline at home to Charleroi on Sunday.
LATEST EUROPA LEAGUE NEWS
Man United players warned Alkmaar's plastic pitch 'is the worst surface in Holland'
How Arsenal could look vs Standard Liege with Tierney and Bellerin to feature
Big names to start and bring United goals in Europa League clash against Alkmaar?
Solskjaer explains why Pogba will miss Man United's clash with AZ Alkmaar
Arsenal boss Emery coy on Ozil, says Bellerin and Tierney ready to play
Arsenal wonderkid 'looks better' than £72m ace as Emery rewards 'special player'
All you need to know about Man United wonderkid compared to Old Trafford legend
Chelsea cup tie comes at bad time for Man United who face four away games in ten days
Arsenal vs Standard Liege: Date and kick-off time
The second game in Group F will be held on Thursday, October 3 and will kick-off at 8pm UK time.
The two sides last faced each other in the group stages of the 2009/10 Champions League with Arsenal winning both home and away.
Arsenal vs Standard Liege: TV channel and live stream
Every Europa League game is being shown live on BT Sport this season and you can catch this game live on BT Sport 2 with coverage starting at 8pm.
If you’re an EE phone customer, you can watch this game completely free.
EE customers can sign up for a three-month free trial to BT Sport – simply text SPORT to 150.
This will allow you to watch on your phone, with casting available to your TV though the service.
Arsenal vs Standard Liege: What has been said?
Standard Liege head coach Michel Preud’homme: “Every player has their own qualities.
“But when you look at players that can replace the big names everyone knows, it is the same thing in terms of quality – they are a little younger but they will be tomorrow’s stars for Arsenal.
“There are young players who played in Frankfurt and against Nottingham Forest in the League Cup, there is no difference between them and the more recognised players.
“Of course Arsenal are the big favourites in this game. If we manage to get a result it would be a surprise.”
Arsenal vs Standard Liege: Team news
Arsenal are likely to rotate their squad for the Group F clash.
Alexandre Lacazette and Emile Smith Rowe are the only absentees as the likes of Emiliano Martinez and Gabriel Martinelli return.
Mesut Ozil is also expected to be recalled along with Kieran Tierney, while Hector Bellerin and Rob Holding could feature as they continue their comebacks from injury.
Arsenal: TO FOLLOW
Standard Liege: TO FOLLOW