On the other hand, visitors Burnley are still on the hunt for their away win of the season, having only one once all season.
The Clarets are currently sat rock bottom of the Premier League and are on a run of seven games without a win in the competition.
The last time the two sides met was back in September when Arsenal secured a narrow 1-0 win at Turf Moor thanks to a Martin Ødegaard free kick.
Sean Dyche's men got the better of Mikel Arteta last season though, picking up an impressive four points against the Spaniard's side. This included a 1-0 victory at the Emirates Stadium courtesy of a Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang own goal.
Player to Watch
Ashley Westwood is the most creative player in the visitors squad, and has already registered three assists so far this season. The English midfielder is most dangerous from set pieces, something Arsenal will need to be wary of if they want come come out out of this game with all three points.
Both teams have had stretched squads recently due to Covid-19, injuries and the African Cup of Nations (AFCON), which has resulted in the postponement of the North London Derby and Burnley's game with Watford.
Mikel Arteta will still be without some key players, as Granit Xhaka and Thomas Partey are both suspended, whilst Nicholas Pepe and Mohamed Elneny are still away with their respective national teams at AFCON.
When and Where to Watch
Unfortunately, this game has not been selected for broadcasting in the UK.