Arsenal's resurgence looks set to continue when they travel to Belarus to take on BATE in the Europa League on Thursday, with the Gunners unbeaten in five games in all competitions.
Since losing 4-0 to Liverpool in a shambolic performance at Anfield, Arsene Wenger's men seem to have turned a corner and they go into this match on the back of a quietly impressive 2-0 home win against West Brom in the Premier League on Monday.
BATE won 6-0 at the weekend but the Gunners should be too strong for them and an enhanced price of 6/1 (7.0) for Arsenal to win the match with over 4.5 goals scored, boosted up from 5/1 (6.0) by dabblebet, looks like excellent value for this one.
BATE are unbeaten in seven European home games, but they could only draw 1-1 with Crvena Zvezda on matchday one of the Europa League group stage, while Arsenal beat Cologne 3-1 at the Emirates after naming mostly first-team regulars in their side.
Although in-form striker Alexandre Lacazette was left out and could sit out the trip to Belarus too; Alexis Sanchez started that game and Wenger looks set to name surprisingly strong teams in the competition, with many having predicted he would use the Europa League as a chance to blood young talent.
With Mesut Ozil set to return from a knee injury against BATE it should be another dominant Arsenal performance and 6/1 (7.0) , enhanced from 5/1 (6.0) by dabblebet, is a terrific option for anyone considering a bet on the Europa League this week.
Arsenal have only conceded once in their last five games in all competitions, having scored 14 times in their previous four league games, and they will be keen to make the most of home advantage.
But it often suits the Gunners when teams come at them and this should lead to a high-scoring affair similar to the Gunners' win against Cologne a couple of weeks ago, with Ozil set to pull the strings for his side on his return from injury.