With Stoke City on the decline, Arsenal will be looking to take advantage and gain a few points in the English Premier League table.
The Gunners currently trail fourth-place Tottenham Hotspur by just four points in the standings while the Potters find themselves owning 30 points, 12 outside of fourth place.
Stoke haven't won a match since a 3-1 defeat of Liverpool on Dec. 26 while Arsenal enters this match having won two of its last three.
As Arsene Wenger prepares his troops for this EPL match, here's your viewing guide for Saturday's match.
Where: Emirates Stadium in London, England
When: Saturday, Feb. 2 at 10 a.m. ET
Watch: Fox Soccer Plus
Live Stream: Fox Soccer 2Go
These two clubs met way back on Aug. 26 with the result ending in a scoreless draw.
Despite owning the time of possession (67 percent) and attempting 11 corner kicks to Stoke's zero, the Gunners weren't able to find the back of the net.
With Arsenal playing a lot better than it was during the summer, the Potters will have their hands full with the likes of Theo Walcott and Olivier Giroud.
Walcott has scored in Arsenal's last four games—upping his season total to a team-leading 11 goals—while Giroud has found the back of the net five times in his last three matches.
The Potters haven't seen much production on offense, as they sport a minus-five goal difference, with Peter Crouch and Jonathan Walters each leading the club with five goals.
Stoke will be looking to build upon its previous match—a 2-2 draw with Wigan Athletic—but it'll be extremely difficult for a slumping team to overtake the Gunners.
With the Gunners surging and Stoke City sinking, I'll be looking for a 3-1 victory for Arsenal over the Potters on Saturday.