Anderlecht boss Besnik Hasi has warned his players not to focus too much attention on Alexis Sanchez as Arsenal have plenty of quality in their attacking ranks.
Chilean international Sanchez was the star of the show, clinically scoring two goals and tormenting the Clarets defence throughout.
It has been quite a few weeks for the summer signing from Barcelona as a run of five goals and one assist in his previous four games has deservedly come in for some high acclaim.
Speaking ahead of the clash in North London, Anderlecht boss Hasi praised the forward but was also eager to warn his players not to ignore the many other attacking threats which the hosts possess.
"I think we dealt with him [Sanchez] pretty well at home, but he's always dangerous whenever he picks up the ball," the Albanian coach said, quoted by Arsenal’s official website.
"They played two games after they played us and they've won them both very easily, creating a lot of opportunities. He's not the only dangerous player - they have several guys who can change a game."
A win for Arsene Wenger’s men could see them progress to the knockout stages should Galatasary fail to beat Bundesliga outfit Borussia Dortmund in Germany.
The onus will be on Anderlecht to try and win the game if they wish to stand any chance of progressing, and an open game might just be an invitation for the Gunners’ frontline to grab themselves a couple of goals.