For some reason I thought Molde was in Belgium. It’s not. Perhaps I was thinking of Mol.
In fact it is in Norway and, although I have never been, it looks like a spectacularly beautiful place.
It is most famous for the stunning Atlantic Ocean Road and Bolsøy Bridge which takes traffic across the Bolsøysund Strait via a succession of small islands.
We can never take anything for granted in football, but facing the Arsenal in North London should be a bridge too far for Molde FK.
Not that they will lack confidence: they beat Celtic in Scotland to qualify for the EL group stages, they won away in Dundalk and beat Rapid Vienna one-nil at home.
They were Norwegian champions last season and are sitting second in the current campaign, but the quality of our squad should see us comfortably through.
Their danger man is Ohi Omoijuanfo, but he is returning from injury and may not start.
The match is another opportunity for El Patron to put some of the peripheral players through their paces.
We should see starts for Pepe, Willock, Ceballos and Nketiah, although our injury problems at centre back will again limit our options.
We have six points out of six so far and we should expect that to be nine from nine later tonight.
My predicted line-up:
Soares – Mustafi – Holding – Kolasinac
Willock – Ceballos – Xhaka
Pepe – Nketiah – Nelson