Swansea boss Garry Monk believes his side should expect an Arsenal backlash when they take on the wounded Premier League title hopefuls on Tuesday as the Gunners aim to put their 6-0 defeat to Chelsea behind them.
Monk, whose side narrowly lost 3-2 at Everton on Saturday, is adamant that Arsenal will take the opportunity to reinstate their potential to become champions in front of a home crowd.
A Michu double ensured a win for the Swans in north London 15 months ago, but they will arrive this time around just four points above the relegation zone.
And the 35-year-old is hoping Swansea will be able to produce a repeat performance by getting their first win since the 3-0 victory over Cardiff back in February.
"It's a horrible feeling whenever you lose a game but to lose a game by such a wide margin is always hard to take. That's the good thing in football as you get that chance to put that right and I imagine that's the attitude they'll have," Monk said.
"And that's what we have to be aware of and make sure we try and counter it."
Despite the pressure mounting on Monk to produce results, after failing to secure a win in their last six Premier League games, the boss is confident his players can turn their fortunes around in their remaining eight matches.
"There's not many games left and we can't keep saying we're playing well, we've not taken our chances, we're making silly mistakes and we can't continue to do that," Monk said.
"Pressure wise, you leave yourself open to criticism and pressure builds. But I'm more than confident in these group of players, they're confident themselves and I'm very confident that we can get out of this situation."