The Chilean forward had a hamstring concern in midweek but looks set to play as Arsenal face Norwich City in Week 14 action.
Alexis Sanchez continues to be the main focus of Arsenal attention after Arsene Wenger alluded to the fact that his Chilean winger would be checked on Thursday having felt a slight problem in his hamstring.
Alexis Sanchez continued to pile up the minutes as he played all of both matches for Chile in South American World Cup qualifying over the international "break".
Alexis Sanchez will be given a mid-season break to stop the Chilean winger from suffering burnout.
Aaron Ramsey joins the likes of Wilshere, Welbeck and Rosicky in the treatment room while Wenger has hinted that Alexis Sanchez could be rested for the visit of Everton as the rigours of the past few weeks begin to take their toll on the Chilean winger.
Arsenal expect Alexis Sanchez to feature for Chile during the Premier League break despite picking up a muscular problem in Sundays’ demolition of Manchester United at The Emirates.
The clubs put in seven goals over the course of a lively 5-2 Arsenal win at the King Power Stadium.
Arsene Wenger has indicated that Alexis Sanchez is "fit...working hard and ready for the weekend".
Arsene Wenger has confirmed that Alexis Sanchez will not return to the club until 3rd August, 2015 and therefore the Chilean will miss the season opener when West Ham visit the Emirates.
Argentina dropped it's second straight major tournament after advancing to the final match as the went down to Chile on penalties.
Chile are sweating on the availability of Alexis Sanchez after tests revealed the Arsenal forward is suffering from muscle fatigue although coach Jorge Sampaoli remains hopeful his star player will be ready for Saturdays’ crucial Group A clash against Bolivia.
Alexis Sanchez had a late goal ruled out for a questionable-at-best offsides call which prevented host Chile from beating Mexico in a thrilling Copa America group stage match.
Alexis Sanchez racked up phantom points aplenty in Arsenal's late 1-0 loss to Swansea which bodes well for the Chilean heading into Arsenal's two-match week.
Alexis Sanchez scored two in the first half as Arsenal beat Hull City comfortably to draw even with Manchester City in second place with a match in hand.