The Gunners are all but assured of Champions League group stage participation having triumphed 3-0 in Istanbul, and simply need to avoid a miraculous turnaround
The Premier League side holds a 3-0 advantage ahead of the qualifying playoff second leg at the Emirates Stadium, following a comfortable victory in Turkey on Wednesday that came courtesy of goals from Kieran Gibbs, Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud.
Arsenal went into that game amid suggestions of a crisis, with fans expressing frustration over a lack of transfer activity after an opening-day league defeat at home to Aston Villa.
However, the Gunners have since followed up their easy win at the Sukru Saracoglu Stadium with a 3-1 away victory over Fulham on Saturday, and are now brimming with confidence ahead of a second encounter with the Turks.
Fenerbahce also enjoyed a return to form in the Super Lig over the weekend, as it defeated Eskisehirspor 1-0 at home courtesy of a second-half Dirk Kuyt strike.
But Ersun Yanal's side is, in truth, simply looking to salvage some pride from its trip to London.
Fenerbahce will at least be buoyed by the fact that it earned a 0-0 draw during the last encounter between these teams at the Emirates, which came in November 2008.
Yet, even if Fenerbahce pulls off a miraculous comeback to seal progression, its place in the Champions League would be by no means assured.
The 18-time Turkish champions are still fighting a UEFA ban for alleged match fixing and must await a verdict from the Court of Arbitration for Sport, which will come after their clash with Arsenal.