Arsenal face Crystal Palace on Sunday, looking to bounce back from their opening-day defeat at home to West Ham last weekend.
Arsene Wenger conceded that his side made two mistakes in the game, and the Gunners were punished for both by the Hammers, with summer signing Petr Cech at fault.
However, the French tactician is adamant that he will get a reaction from his players at Selhurst Park and is confident that they will be able to get back on track.
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Wenger revealed that Alexis Sanchez is available for selection and will likely start after his extended break following his participation in the Copa America with Chile.
While Jack Wilshere is ahead of schedule in his recovery from a leg injury, he is joined by Danny Welbeck and Tomas Rosicky on the sidelines.
It remains to be seen whether or not Wenger delves back into the transfer market before the end of the month, but Palace will certainly test their steel as Alan Pardew looks for maximum points after two games of the new season.
Yohan Cabaye immediately provided him with a boost after his arrival this summer with a goal against Norwich to secure all three points, and the French international will have to play a pivotal role again on Sunday – against the club that tried to sign him last year.
Sanchez will bring energy, directness and pace to the squad while giving everyone around him a lift, but whether or not that will be enough for Arsenal to avoid another disastrous result remains to be seen.