Arsenal have replaced arch rivals Tottenham in the top 4 of the Premier League.
They came from behind to beat Leicester City 3-1 at the Emirates Stadium and stretch their remarkable run.
It is the Gunners 10th consecutive victory in all competitions.
Mezut Ozil was in sparklingly form, netting the equaliser before helping Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang score twice.
While head coach Unai Emery will be slightly concerned by the pedestrian nature of Arsenal’s opening 40 minutes, the Spaniard will be pleased to toast a seven-match Premier League winning streak which has taken his side to within two points of the top.
Champions League Action
Cristiano Ronaldo is back at Old Trafford tonight.
The 33-year old will lead the Juventus attack against his old side Manchester United in Group H of the Champions League.
The Portugal captain insists his game is not being affected by an allegation of rape, which he denies.
Addressing the matter last night, Ronaldo claims his ‘lawyers are confident’, and ‘the truth is coming’.
He insist he is a role model.
I know I am an example. I know, 100%,” he said. “On the pitch and outside the pitch, so I am always smiling. I am a happy man. I’m blessed that I play in a fantastic club. I have a fantastic family, I have four kids, I am healthy. I have everything, so the rest, it doesn’t interfere on me. I’m very, very well.”
Kick off is at 8, and by then Valencia may have turned up the heat on Jose Mourinho’s side in the group.
They can pull level on points with United with a win away to Young Boys in the early kick-off.
Pep Guardiola is still downplaying expectations of his Manchester City side in the competition.
They are in Ukraine to face Shakhtar Donetsk in Group F.
Elsewhere, group leaders Lyon travel to Hoffenheim.
Real Madrid head coach Julen Lopetegui (PR: Hoo-len Lope-ah-tay-ghee) is facing the sack, ahead of their home game against Viktoria Plzen tonight.
The defending champions have lost each of their last three games ahead of the visit of the Czech champions.