Arsenal may have already faced some of the most daunting fixtures in the football calendar, including two matches against Manchester City, a trip to Goodison Park in order to take on Everton, an away game versus Besiktas, an away game against Borussia Dortmund, the North London derby with Tottenham Hotspur and even an encounter with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
Their upcoming games are seemingly more easier 'on-paper' as the club return from the international break by hosting Hull City at the Emirates Stadium, vying with Anderlecht in the Champions League ahead of a trip to Sunderland which completes October.
For Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, it is important to not become complacent as, if the team treats any game as easy, then it becomes a danger. There are, after all, "no easy games" in the Champions League.
He is quoted by the club's official website to have said: "Yes, it’s a big danger."
He continued: "In the Champions League there are no easy games, that is for sure. We have lost at Dortmund and it becomes a vital game, like Hull is a vital game for us."
Arsenal must defeat Hull City if they are to get their Premier League campaign back on track.
The Gunners are currently precariously placed in eighth in the league table, with just ten points after seven games.