Momentum back with Arsenal, insists Champions League-chasing Arsene Wenger

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Arsenal will look to keep alive our slim hopes of finishing in the top four with a win when we take on Sunderland at the Emirates on Tuesday evening.

The last time that these two sides met Arsenal won 4-1, and the odds of the same result are (12.76).

"I am quite surprised". If I were Chelsea, they don't have to qualify for the Champions League, so it's our fault or it could be better, not because of the opponents.

When asked if Arsenal could be considered a victim of the league's imbalance if they do not finish in the top four, Wenger said that the Gunners only have themselves to blame for their predicament.

"We have 69 points and can get to 75, which would be four points more than previous year".

You just want your team to play well.

But a run of five victories in six Premier League fixtures has boosted the north Londoners' hopes of making a late dash for Champions League qualification, a feat achieved by Wenger in each of his previous 19 seasons at the club.

Sunderland are simply too limp and deflated at this point to pose too much of a threat to Arsenal and it is likely going to be a long day at the office for David Moyes and his men, on whom Arsenal are likely to heap the misery.

Check out the official Premier League ticket hub. A win for Wenger's side comes at a very low (1.12) on SportyBet. But obviously I would rather be in the Champions League, that's for sure.

Sanchez's goal was a wonderful effort, the South American selling two Saints a dummy to create the space for his shot, but it shouldn't mask what up until then had been another lacklustre display from the visitors. But we need to make sure we win our game. "You couldn't be disappointed from the goalkeeper to Danny Welbeck, everybody played well".

"We went through a bad patch", said Wenger, reflecting on results in February and March. "I don't understand how the managers speak for the other clubs and the other teams", City's manager said.

But while Wenger's name was sung out heartily by supporters inside Stoke's stadium early in the game a plane flew overhead carrying a banner calling for the Frenchman not to return next season.

"There is a shortage of top-level players, because there are some big teams in Europe who have top players but they do not need to sell them". I know it is a hard injury because you need to work every day on this.