Arsenal travel to the Stade Louis II to take on AS Monaco in the second leg round of 16 of the Champions League on Tuesday.
The Gunners' unexpected 1-3 home defeat against Monaco in the first leg means that they will now need to beat the Ligue 1 side 3-0 in the second leg in order to progress to the next round of the Champions League.
If Arsenal somehow manage to achieve this feat, then they will be the first team in the history of the Champions League to overcome such a heavy deficit in an away fixture.
But it will certainly be a difficult task for the Gunners, who have failed to progress beyond the last 16 of the Champions League for the last four seasons, as Monaco will be full of confidence after their convincing victory in the first leg at the Emirates.
Nevertheless, Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger despite admitting that "Monaco are in a very strong position," believes that the side possess the "experience, desire and belief" to overcome the deficit in the second leg.
"Monaco are in a very strong position but we have experience and the desire and belief that we can do it," The Frenchman told UEFA's official website. "So we are here to do it. We will have to play on full power, focusing on our offensive and defensive games. The desire is there. I am confident."
"The odds are stacked against us, but we will give absolutely everything to turn the tie around. We will show a different face. In the first leg we failed, which was surprising given our form. We have a second chance and we will exploit it."
Wenger, who says he has "experience" to deal with this kind of "pressure", insists that his side will be doing their "best" and giving it their all against the Ligue 1 side on Tuesday.
"It is a special moment for me but experience allows me to manage the pressure. We must have a great game, do our best and give our all. If we did not believe in ourselves we would not have turned up."
Meanwhile, Monaco will be a little wary of the Gunners in the second leg despite them having a healthy advantage from the first leg.
Monaco, who are currently fourth in the Ligue 1, have been in good form of late, recording back-to-back wins in their last two league fixtures against Evian and Bastia.
Considering their current form and advantage from the first leg, they are expected to easily qualify to the quarter-finals of the Champions League, but Monaco boss Leonardo Jardim says that his side will be taking anything for granted on Tuesday.
"Arsenal did not take us lightly in the first leg, it's just that we had the perfect game," Jardim told UEFA's official website. "We are at half-time in the tie. We are two goals up but this game will be the most difficult of our season so far."
"We approach this game in the same manner as ever. We are not thinking about the result; we just want to play and produce some good football."
Monaco: Subašić; Touré, Carvalho, Abdennour, Kurzawa; Moutinho, Fabinho, Toulalan, Kondogbia; Dirar, Berbatov.
Arsenal: Ospina; Bellerín, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Monreal; Cazorla, Coquelin; Walcott, Özil, Sánchez; Giroud.
Where to Watch Live
The game is scheduled for an 8:45pm GMT (1:15am IST, 2:45pm ET) start, with live coverage on Ten Action and Ten HD in India. The match can also be watched via live streaming online on Ten Sports Live.
Catch the action live in the UK live on ITV 1 while viewers can also watch the watch online via live streaming on Sky GO. US viewers can watch the game live on Fox Sports 1 or online on Fox Soccer 2Go. Audience in Canada can see the tie via live stream on Sportsnet World.
Viewers in the Middle East and North Africa can watch the match via live streaming online on beIN Sports Connect, while South Africa and Sub Saharan Africa viewers can do the same on SuperSport online.