With a four-match unbeaten run in all competitions, Arsene Wenger’s men are poised to continue their giant stride and secure a quick passage to the last 32 of the tournament.
The Gunners have not only been faring well in Europe's second tier, they also boast of decent displays in English Premier League- as they have not tasted defeat in six of their last seven matches.
The North London outfit came out on top in the reversed fixture of this outing at Rajko Mitić Stadium and boast of an impressive record on home soil with nine games unbeaten in all competitions. Nairabet is offering (1.35) for them to triumph here.
A chance for a possible stalemate at the end of 90 minutes of action is available at (5.50) with the same betting firm.
For the Serbian side, they will hope to close the gap with their hosts who sit comfortably at the top of the Group standings with nine points, four clear above them that occupy the second spot. However, this might be a herculean task going by their present form in the competition having managed a single victory in their last three encounters.
In addition, Vladan Milojević’s charges have not been turning heads outside their turf- with just two victories in ten away outings. The betting company is putting up an unlikely (8.25) for them to upset the odds.
Arsenal have only failed to score in one of their last 26 games in European competitions while their guests have found the back of the net in 11 of their previous 13 engagements across board, with that in mind, punters who want to make cool cash can back both sides to score at a chunky (1.75) and for more than three goals at (1.50).