Unai Emery must wish Arsenal could import their European and Carabao Cup form into the Premier League.
The Gunners have scored 11 goals without reply in their three games outside the top-flight thanks mainly to a brilliant crop of youngsters.
Gabriel Martinelli looks like a future star, as does Bukayo Saka, Joe Willock and Reiss Nelson.
But equally pleasing for Emery as the emergence of the young guns is the return from injury of his established stars.
Hector Bellerin and Kieran Tierney both looked fully fit in the 4-0 win over Standard Liege on Thursday.
Sunday’s game against Bournemouth comes too soon for either of the full-backs to start their second match in four days, however.
So expect Sead Kolasinac on the left and Calum Chambers to slot in at right-back as he did against Manchester United.
Arsenal fans have been calling for Rob Holding to replace either Sokratis or David Luiz since he returned form his long-term injury.
And the visit of Eddie Howe’s side to the Emirates seems like the perfect time to introduce the former Bolton centre-back.
Further forward, Dani Ceballos scored his first goal for the club in midweek and looks to be improving gradually.
With Mesut Ozil frozen out, the Real Madrid loanee has a crucial role to play this season and will once again start in the middle.
Captain Granit Xhaka and the perpetual dynamo Matteo Guendouzi make up the midfield trio.
In attack Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will lead the line with support from Nicolas Pepe and Saka.
The Gabon star was clearly trying to boost Pepe’s confidence by passing to him at every opportunity during his cameo in midweek.
Emery will be desperate to see his £72m signing in the goals.
Arsenal fans must remain patient but he has a great chance to score against a leaky Cherries backline.
Arsenal predicted line up: Leno; Chambers, Luiz, Holding, Kolasinac; Guendouzi, Xhaka, Ceballos; Pepe, Aubameyang, Saka