Arsenal’s Champions League opponents Dinamo Zagreb are unbeaten in 41 games but head into Wednesday’s match as the underdogs.

They haven’t tasted defeat since November and the mood must be high. So high, in fact, that manager Zoran Mamić has warned that his team will be encouraged to go forward and attack despite heading into the game as outsiders.

The Croatian side scored four on Friday night in a comfortable victory, with former Manchester United man Angelo Henriquez the player to watch. So far in the league this season, Dinamo have scored 20 and conceded just four in nine games.

Clearly they will know far more about us than we will know about them, so we have to be aware.

Notably, Mamić’s brother is the chief executive of the club and both are ON BAIL after charges related with embezzlement, tax evasion and bribery after being accused of illegally taking money from big money transfers which have seen the club sell players.

Mad, eh? Let’s just hope Arsenal steal three points before returning from Zagreb late on Wednesday night.