AC Milan forward Robinho is confident there will be no UEFA Champions League upset at Emirates Stadium on Tuesday.
The Rossoneri head into the second leg of their last-16 showdown with Arsenal looking to defend a commanding 4-0 lead.
The Gunners know they face an almost impossible task to make the quarter-finals, but they are refusing to give up on their European dream.
Robinho is aware of the threat Arsene Wenger's men will pose, with Arsenal heading into the tie with nothing to lose.
The former Manchester City playmaker is, however, confident that Milan will not buckle under pressure and will make their way safely through to the quarter-finals.
"At City, I never had much luck but I've shown what I can do with Milan and I'm determined for another good day," said the Brazil international.
"Arsenal have improved since we beat them but it's almost impossible for them to turn this tie around.
"We were superior in the San Siro - 4-0 was a poor return. Robin van Persie is a great forward but he couldn't influence things.
"I don't think he'll play as well against us as he has in his last few league games."