10. Olympiakos boast four wins and a draw from their eight previous games against Arsenal and beat the Gunners 3-2 at the Emirates Stadium earlier this season. They are 3.55 to win this clash.
9. Arsenal require a win, except a 1-0 or 2-1 result, to ensure progression to the Champions League knockout stage. They have made it through the groups for the past 15 seasons and are 2.05 to win.
8. Olympiakos have lost just one of their last eight Champions League home matches and have won the other seven. They are 1.81 to win/draw on the Double Chance.
7. In fact, Olympiakos have won 18 of their 20 games this season — their only defeats coming against Bayern Munich in the Champions League. They are 6.00 to win/win on the HT/FT.
6. Only Deportivo La Coruna (2001/02) and Manchester United (2008/09) have beaten Arsenal twice in a single Champions League campaign. A draw in Greece is available at 3.70.
5. Arsenal have conceded 10 goals in their five Champions League games this season. They had never previously conceded more than nine in a group stage of this competition. Olympiacos are 2.70 to score +1.5 times.
4. The Gunners have scored exactly three goals in each of their last three victories. They are 21.00 to win 3-0 in Greece.
3. Olivier Giroud bagged his 10th goals of the season in Arsenal’s 3-1 win over Sunderland on Saturday. Of those 10 goals six have come away from home and Giroud is 4.80 to net first.
2. Former West Brom striker Ideye Brown boasts six goals from his last nine Olympiacos outings. The front man is 3.20 to score again.
1. Aaron Ramsey averaged 3.2 shots per game in the Premier League yet just one shot per Champions League outing this season. The midfielder is 4.35 to net at any time.