If Arsenal are to have any chance whatsoever of turning this around, they need a lightning-fast start. We have to come back to our strength.
Benfica travels to Germany with a 1-0 lead on aggregate.
The 28-year-old German worldwide will be looking to put the whole incident behind him by ensuring Bayern cruise through to the quarter-final stage of the Champions League when they face Arsenal on Tuesday.
"The team that has problems, maybe this kind of game could be a good opportunity to solve the problems". We've done some wrong in previous games.
In the goalscorer markets, I'm going to mention Napoli's Marko Rog, the Croatian who has caught the eye in their recent games against Juventus and Roma. And it came at the best time, with the end of the season approaching.
Sanchez and Wenger had reportedly fallen out during a training session last week, although the Arsenal manager has since refuted the speculation.
A Battle of Wits as Tottenham and Everton are Similar
Kane moved into top spot on England's scoring leaderboard as Tottenham claimed a ninth successive home league win. It was his 19th goal in the Premier League this term, meaning he is now the outright top scorer in the division.
Arsenal were demolished 5-1 at the Allianz Arena, Hamburg were dismembered in an 8-0 stroll, and Schalke were swatted aside 3-0 in the DFB Cup quarter-finals. But when asked if Sanchez will be back against Bayern, Wenger said: "I haven't decided yet".
Free-scoring Bayern are in a rich vein of form and are unlikely to allow complacency to set in at the Emirates tonight.
While the two-legged format will always give hope to a side losing the away leg 3-1, it is the opposition which means that away goal seems less relevant than might otherwise have been the case.
With a clean bill of health in his squad, Real coach Zinedine Zidane was able to rest Cristiano Ronaldo, Dani Carvajal, Marcelo and Toni Kroos against Eibar on Saturday.
Arsenal's capitulation in Munich, together with Premier League losses to Watford, Chelsea and Liverpool in their last four Premier League games have stretched the patience of even Wenger's most loyal disciples to breaking point. I wouldn't be at all surprised if we see at least two goals before half time, an outcome that is trading at [1.91].