Tuesday evening’s game in Piraeus sees Arsenal travel to Olympiakos in the final round of games from the group stages of the Champions League.
The hosts secured their place in the last sixteen with victory over French Champions Montpellier two weeks ago, but will keen to take three points which could see them leapfrog Schalke to top Group B.
However, Arsene Wenger has chosen to rest several first team regulars, with Jack Wilshere, Santi Carzola, Mikel Arteta and Per Mertesacker not making the trip, while Theo Walcott and Lukas Podolski are side-lined through injury.
Moroccan international Marouane Chamakh is likely to be given a rare start, and you can back the striker to open the scoring at 8.0 (7/1) with a variety of bookmakers.
The Gunners go into the game on the back of their shock 2-0 defeat at the hands of Swansea, a result which has seen them slip to tenth position in the Premier League, and are 3.2 (11/5) with Bet Victor for the win, with Olympiakos favourites at 2.63 (13/8) with Stan James. The draw is 3.4 (12/5) with most firms.
The hosts are guaranteed of third spot regardless on Tuesday nights results, and so will be involved in the Europa League come February.
The Greek Champions go in to the game on good form, having lost just once in all competitions since their 3-1 defeat at Arsenal two months ago.
Striker Konstantinos Mitroglou, who scored that consolation goal at the Emirates, is an 8.0 (7/1) shot with Bet Victor to get the first goal of the game this time around.
Elsewhere, Manchester City travel to group D winners Borussia Dortmund with no chance of making the quarter finals, and will be relying on Ajax dropping points at Real Madrid for them to have any possibility of finish third.