Burnley opened up their 2019/20 Premier League campaign with an excellent 3-0 drubbing of Southampton so they will be facing Arsenal in confident mood on Saturday.
But the Clarets boss Sean Dyche, knows full well that he cannot send his team out, in the same manner, he did against the Saints and defence will be the main strategy they will employ against us.
And that will be a good test for our front line and I am not talking about just Pepe, Lacazette and Aubameyang but also possibly Martinelli, Ozil, Nelson and depending on where he is used, Ceballos.
You have to expect that Burnley will get as many men behind the ball as possible with at least two lines of four, frustrating and spoiling as much as they can throughout the game.
Sometimes it all comes together and Arsenal run out clear winners by four or more goals but on other occasions, they can struggle to break teams down and open themselves up to a sucker punch, Brighton anyone?
There is also the risk of counter-attack and that is where the defence has to be alert and the midfield will have to be a lot more effective than they were against say, Crystal Palace last season.
But it will be the forward line that will be the most tested, can they find that breakthrough early on? how will Pepe adapt to an English game against a team like Burnley? how easy will it be to find that killer ball against a very compact opponent?
So, Burnley will be a test, not in the same way playing Man City at the Etihad would be but in terms of how Arsenal manage the game against a team determined to use every trick in the book to thwart them.
Last season we beat the Clarets 3-1 both home and away, a repeat of that will be very welcomed.