Arsene Wenger Wants To Avoid Another Accident.

Arsene Wenger Wants to Avoid Another Accident

Arsene Wenger, the Arsenal boss has warned his side against staging a loose performance in their next Premier League game against Sunderland. He says they must avoid an accident by putting in maximum seriousness right from the start of the encounter.

The Gunners lost to Swansea City at the Emirates Stadium last week after putting up a fight which did not end up in their favour. They failed to take the chances they had and this is why the Frenchman is imploring them to be sharper on Wednesday night. He wants no more upsets.

“For me the Swansea game was an accident,” Wenger said. “Having analysed it, it’s one of the games we deserved to win the most of all the games. We lost two in two or three years now, so you can say that’s an accident.

“Sunderland need a point to be safe so I expect them to be well organised defensively, sound at the back, and to try to use all the counter-attacks they can, all the set-pieces they have, to score goals. We have to put a high rhythm into this game and play with a high level of energy to win the game.”

The visitors are just three points above relegation zone which means they can still leave the League if they fail to get favourable results in their last two games but Wenger is confident Dick Advocaat has the ability to save them from dropping to the lower division.

“Sunderland, for a few years now, have struggled until five, six games before the end,” said Wenger. “First Paolo di Canio saved them, then Gus Poyet saved them, and now Advocaat saved them, so always they just find the final resources to get out of relegation.

“Advocaat has used his vast experience to give them confidence again, and to get them to play. I think as well, players certainly questioned themselves and respond always with a few games to go.”

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