Arsenal have a 100% record in this group; Bodø/Glimt are on a remarkable run of European home wins.
Something has got to give in the Arctic Circle, where it’s set to be a rather barmy 8°C (47°F).
Last Thursday, Eddie Nketiah, Rob Holding and Fábio Vieira were all on target as the Gunners easily swatted Bodø/Glimt aside in North London.
This means Mikel Arteta’s team are on maximum points after two games, having beaten Zürich in St. Gallen last month.
Meanwhile, Arsenal are also sitting pretty at the top of the Premier League table, following statement victories over Tottenham and Liverpool.
On Sunday, Gabriel Martinelli broke the deadlock after just 59 seconds, before Bukayo Saka bagged a brace as the Gunners edged out the Reds 3-2 in a nail-bitting thriller.
Just six teams have previously accumulated 24+ points after nine Premier League games, with four of them going onto win the title.
Having said all of that, if there’s one place that’s tough to go in European football, it’s Aspmyra Stadion.
Bodø/Glimt have won their last 14 European home matches, scoring 42 goals and conceding just four.
This form took the Norwegian champions to last season’s Europa Conference League quarter-finals, notably hammering Roma 6-1!
In this group, Kjetil Knutsen’s team held PSV to a 1-1 draw in Eindhoven, before beating Zürich in their most recent home game.
So, will Arsenal overcome the freezing cold conditions, the plastic pitch and a raucous atmosphere and claim three points in Northern Norway?