Arsene Wenger expects his team to be fully focussed for the trip to Everton on Sunday.

The boss believes there’ll be no danger of complacency after Arsenal lost to Watford last weekend.

“I don’t think that we are under any threat of being complacent,” he told Arsenal.com.

“That’s one of the few positives of what happened to us on Sunday. We will be on our toes, focused and we will be ready to have a go. I don’t believe that we are under threat of that.”

Arsenal are looking to bounce back from that 2-1 defeat and gain their first league away win this season in the process.

Everton have started the season poorly, having won just two of their opening eight Premier League fixtures.

Manager Ronald Koeman is under incredible pressure to deliver results after spending over £100m in the summer transfer window.

Their defeat to Lyon on Thursday night in the Europa League has left the Dutchman on the brink.

However, while Everton are struggling for form, Arsenal are yet to discover fluency this season so far. A good run of form throughout September came to an abrupt end at Watford.

Arsenal’s away form in the league this season has been a cause of concern. We’ve lost three of our four games on the road.

Goodison Park was the scene for yet another away loss last season.

A first half goal from Alexis Sanchez had put Arsenal in front, but they were pegged back by goals from Seamus Coleman and Ashley Williams.

Arsenal could move into the top four with a win.

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