The first thing people need to do is to get some perspective, Eintracht Frankfurt is not Bayern Munich or Borussia Dortmund.
They are an above-average Bundesliga outfit and Arsenal should not be scared of them at all, of course, they need to be respected as all opponents do but Arsenal are not facing an elite team by any stretch of the imagination.
Frankfurt is not formidable at home, they have won their opening two Bundesliga fixtures at the Commerzbank-Arena against Hoffenheim and Fortuna Dusseldorf but won just eight from 17 last season on their home patch.
They did very well last season in the Europa League, they gave Chelsea the fright of their lives in the semi-finals and did destroy both Marseille and Lazio as well as defeat Inter Milan, so as I said, they must be respected.
But they finished the season 7th and barely scraped into this seasons Europa League by one point from Werder Bremen and if I had to find a comparison in English football I would suggest they are equivalent to a Wolves or Everton.
Frankfurt can, of course, beat Arsenal, I mean after the Watford game it would be foolish to suggest otherwise but you have to remember what Arsenal did last season in the Europa League, wins at Valencia and Napoli showed that on the road in Europe, Arsenal are a different team to the one that plays away in the Premier League.
Frankfurt will be a challenge for sure but Arsenal has the quality to beat them and quite frankly, should beat them.