Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has urged his players to play with the right intention against Sevilla on Wednesday.
The Gunners welcome Sevilla to the Emirates on matchday four of the UEFA Champions League looking to secure an early spot in the next round of the competition.
Arsenal recorded a 2-1 away win in the earlier meeting between these two teams in Seville two weeks ago.
Arteta’s men are hoping to put to behind them the weekend’s loss against Newcastle United and would need to get their fans along.
“The moment you have a chance in football to put it to bed, do it,” he told the press.
“We have to do a lot of things right tomorrow to earn the right to win it and against a really good team with enormous experience in this competition, we have to prove it tomorrow in front of our people how excited we are to play that game and what it means for us.”
Arsenal are currently top of Group B with six points from three games, just one point above RC Lens who also face PSV on Wednesday.