Arsenal have been fantastic at home in recent weeks and can use their familiar surroundings to get one over on Napoli in the Europa League on Thursday night.
Seven straight wins at the Emirates shows how well the Gunners are going and, having lost the first legs to both BATE Borisov and Rennes in the knockout stage of Europe’s second-tier competition, it is their home form that has got them to the quarter-finals.
After losing 1-0 at Everton over the weekend, they will be glad to be back on their own patch to take on a team who have lost and drawn their last two Serie A matches, with Napoli second in the table but with no chance of winning the league.
The Italians also rode their luck to get past Salzburg in the last round but with their own home form so good, they will look to keep the score down in London.
Arsenal should have too much though so back them to claim a first-leg lead from this last-eight tie.
Elsewhere in the Europa League, Frankfurt have gone under the radar somewhat this season and look like they can grab a result tonight against Benfica.
In all, they are unbeaten in 15 matches, including winning away at Inter Milan and have won their last five in all competitions.
Benfica themselves are usually solid at home, remaining unbeaten in their last eight at the Estadio Da Luz.
However, they are not the team they have been in previous years and could fall short tonight.