Outgoing Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is confident that his side can end Atletico Madrid's terrific run of home form as they prepare to take on the Spanish side during their Europa League semi-final clash on Thursday.
The London giants face a difficult task to advance to the final after they played out a 1-1 draw with Atletico during the first leg at the Emirates last week.
Atleti have been brilliant at home during recent times and have not conceded a goal at the Wando Metropolitano during their past 11 games played there.
Wenger, however, believes that his side can prevail.
He said: "The history has to stop somewhere, that is what we will try to do. In the first game we created chances but we didn't manage to put them in the net.
"We have to keep the same commitment [in this game], not focus too much on where we play, just how we attack and build the game up from the back.''