Arsenal take on FC Basel at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday night in search of their first Champions League victory this campaign.
It's all square in Group A heading into the second round of fixtures, with the Gunners securing a point at Paris Saint-Germain two weeks ago and Ludogorets holding Basel to a 1-1 draw at St Jakob-Park.
Arsene Wenger's men will be heavy favourites to claim all three points against their Swiss opponents, especially so given their recent form.
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Since defeat to Liverpool on the opening day, Arsenal have won five out of seven games and most recently secured an impressive 3-0 victory over Chelsea.
What will also work in the north Londoners' favour is the sheer quality of their squad - something they didn't have in 2010.
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On this day six years ago, Arsenal took on Partizan in the Champions League group stages and, despite emerging as 3-1 victors, their squad was really rather bad.
Let's see how the 2010 line-up compares to tonight's predicted XI.
ARSENAL'S 2010 XI
Goalkeeper - Lukasz Fabianski
Defence - Bacary Sagna, Johan Djourou, Sebastien Squillaci, Kieran Gibbs
Midfield - Jack Wilshere, Alex Song, Denilson
Attack - Tomas Rosicky, Marouane Chamakh, Andrey Arshavin
Believe it or not, this side claimed victory away to Partizan thanks to late strikes from Sebastien Squillaci and Marouane Chamakh.
They would eventually reach the last 16 but lose to Barcelona 4-3 on aggregate.
And here's the side likely to face Basel.
ARSENAL'S PREDICTED 2016 XI
GK - DAVID OSPINA
Petr Cech might be Arsenal's No.1 goalkeeper, but David Ospina is expected to feature after his heroics against PSG.
RB - HECTOR BELLERIN
Not yet a definitive upgrade on Bacary Sagna, but Hector Bellerin has the potential to be one of football's best right-backs.
CB - LAURENT KOSCIELNY
A world-class defender, Laurent Koscielny has become indispensable to Arsenal.
CB - SHKODRAN MUSTAFI
Shkodran Mustafi - a £35 million summer signing from Valencia - is a significant improvement on both Johan Djourou and Squillaci.
LB - NACHO MONREAL
It's because of Nacho Monreal that Kieran Gibbs lost his starting role at left-back - and rightly so.
CDM - GRANIT XHAKA
Wednesday night will be an emotional night for Granit Xhaka, who came through Basel's youth system and has since developed into a fine midfielder.
CDM - SANTI CAZORLA
Arsenal's chief creator from deep, Santi Cazorla is a class act. There's a chance he might be rested against Basel, though.
CAM - MESUT OZIL
Arsenal's record signing, Mesut Ozil is in phenomenal form and just the player fans were calling for back in 2010.
RM - THEO WALCOTT
Theo Walcott was injured for the 2010 clash with Partizan but is starting to finally realise his potential.
LM - LUCAS PEREZ
It's expected Alex Iwobi will be rested against Basel and replaced by Lucas Perez, who still has a point to prove at Arsenal.
ST - ALEXIS SANCHEZ
Alexis Sanchez or Marouane Chamakh. I'll let you decide that one.