Jamie Carragher says that Arsenal is not the favourites to finish the top four of the table this season.
The Gunners gave them hopes by winning on a narrow margin against Watford on Monday night.
Speaking on Sky Sports’ Monday Night Football, Carragher said: “No Arsenal are not favourites to finish in the top four.
“I said before; I didn’t think they’d get in the top four because of their away form. I didn’t expect them to win tonight; obviously, the circumstances have gone with them tonight [on Monday].
“Unai Emery is not soft, that was a great result, but not a great performance. That doesn’t matter. The fact the opposition team were down to ten men and probably should have got something that’ll be a worry for the other away games.
“You look at the home games and think they’ll look after themselves for Arsenal. But the away games, you still feel they’ll have to win one of them. Looking at it… ]they should win] one [out] of three, with the team Arsenal have, but you’d still fear for them away from home.
“Six points for me is a guarantee, and that gets them to 72. Whether they could pick up another three or four points, that would be enough. But they’re not easy games away from home.”