Remy wary of facing Arsenal
An ideal start to their UEFA Champions League Group F campaign sees Marseille looking for their third successive victory, after winning 1-0 away to Olympiacos and crushing Borussia Dortmund 3-0 at home. However, Arsenal would go above them with victory in the south of France.
The Gunners might be struggling in the Premier League, but Marseille have also endured a poor start to their Ligue 1 campaign after last season's title challenge.
Remy, 24, said: "We must remain humble in relation to their situation. The Champions League is an entirely different competition and Arsene Wenger's men will have the desire to make amends."
"If we manage to successfully negotiate Wednesday's game and the fourth matchday, we can say that it's gone well," Remy told his club's website. "But everyone sees us beating Arsenal easily.
"We proved that we could respond in big games such as when we played Dortmund. We have the necessary capacity and quality to play such teams. But Arsenal remain a team who can play extremely well and therefore we will be wary."
Meanwhile, Marseille coach Didier Deschamps has said his side will approach the match "aiming to win" and hopes that the hosts will flourish in the absence of the oppressive atmosphere that has weighed upon their recent league outings.
"Our bad start in the championship means we have our backs to the wall in every match, particularly at home," said Deschamps.
"But in the Champions League it's different. We have six points already, so there isn't the same pressure and the players can go for it a bit more and play without the same nervousness."