Title hopefuls Arsenal will be targeting more of the same when they welcome Everton to the Emirates Stadium in Saturday's late Premier League kick-off.
The Gunners recorded a surprise 2-0 victory over Pep Guardiola's Bayern in midweek and will be high on confidence heading into their clash with the Toffees.
Last weekend's 3-0 triumph over newly-promoted Watford saw the Gunners make it three wins on the bounce on the domestic front, leaving them just two points shy of Manchester City at the summit of the Premier League standings.
Everton, meanwhile, suffered a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Manchester United following a lacklustre showing at Goodison Park. As a result, Roberto Martinez's men are level on points with 10th-placed Liverpool heading into gameweek 10.
Arsenal are without the services of midfielder Aaron Ramsey after the Wales international suffered yet another hamstring injury in midweek.
David Ospina and Mikel Arteta remain on the treatment table, along with long-term absentees Jack Wilshere, Tomas Rosicky and Danny Welbeck.
Everton will hand a late fitness test to midfielder Tom Cleverley, who is edging closer to a comeback from an ankle injury.
Steven Pienaar is also closing in on a return to first-team action but is not likely to be risked against the Londoners.