Arsene Wenger is expecting a stern test from a battling Queens Park Rangers side tomorrow.
Arsenal is 15 places ahead of QPR in the Premier League, while Rangers are in the relegation zone.
Wenger said: "QPR is a side which has quality players and is in a difficult situation.
"Certainly you expect them to fight not to go down, but I believe the key will be on our side - no matter what QPR's quality or problem is, it will be important for us to go out and show how much we want another win."
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been handed a three-match touchline ban by UEFA's control and disciplinary body.
He has also been fined 40,000 Euros (£33,352) after confronting the referee following Arsenal's Champions League tie against AC Milan on March 6.
The suspension applies to the next three UEFA club competition matches for which Wenger will be eligible.
Arsenal have three days in which to lodge an appeal.
The Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger has said he hopes Fabrice Muamba will recover to play football again. Muamba began his career at Arsenal before moving to Birmingham and then Bolton. Wenger said the midfielder always made an extra effort when he played against the Gunners.