After Arsene Wenger and the players were jeered off the pitch by the Arsenal fans after the home defeat by Liverpool last weekend, the pressure is obviously on for the Gunners to bounce straight back and take all three points from our next Premier League match.
The problem, however, is that this next match is also a tough looking test of our mettle, with an away trip to face the reigning champions Leicester City. We all know that Claudio Ranieri and the Foxes thrive on playing a counter attacking style of football and I worry that we could well play into their hands on Saturday.
If Wenger feels the pressure to win too much he could opt for a very attacking approach and that could be a mistake. We must not forget that Ranieri and the Foxes are also under pressure themselves, after their shock loss to newly promoted Hull City who are supposed to be in crisis.
Being the champions and being at home should mean that they cannot just sit back and soak up our attacks, so I think we can be a bit less gung ho and take fewer risks at the back. Having done the double over them last year should also help our players go into the game with less pressure, but will all this help Arsenal get back to winning ways?