Roll up, roll up, the Champions League is back at the Emirates Stadium once more. For the first time this decade there will be top tier European football played by the club and excitement could hardly be any bigger.
With an unbeaten start to the Premier League season and a continuation of the optimism that was bubbling over during most of last year, Mikel Arteta's men could hardly be better placed to attack the competition. It is now six years since their last game in Europe's premier club tournament, seven since they last started a season with in on the agenda and 66 months in between.
It's not time to avenge back to back 5-1 defeats to Bayern Munich of a record that has seen the Gunners win just one knockout tie since 2010, only claiming four victories across 16 matches in that time, but it's about writing a new chapter. This fearless, young and hugely talented Arsenal team is about to go toe-to-toe with the best there are.
Gabriel Martinelli injury latest: Arsenal concern, Mikel Arteta update, North London Derby worry
Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke lines up former West Ham director for key role
With a favourable group stage ahead of them and a first game to look forward to on Wednesday night against Dutch giants PSV Eindhoven, Arteta's men are in a good spot to get the ball rolling in the right direction. Now, through a supercomputer's predictions, we can see where Arsenal are expected to get to.
According to analysis from Best Gambling Sites the Gunners have a 93.7% chance of getting through their group as winners and just a 0.5% chance of not finishing in the top two. That would confirm their passage into the knockouts alongside the other predicted group winners Manchester City, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Barcelona, ParisRead on football.london