The premier league is almost coming to an end and those clubs around the relegation zone and champions league spots are doing everything possible not to drop any points and Arsenal is one of the clubs fighting for a top four finish to have a place in Europe next season.
Rio Ferdinand the former man united defender doesn't think Arsenal can qualify for the champions league next season.
The former man united defender has said that he cannot see Arsenal getting results when they go to Stamford bridge to face Chelsea tomorrow night.
Arsenal lost on Saturday to Southampton through a Jan Bednarek goal and lately they have been in bad form and have been hurt in the previous premier league outings. Such results are major setbacks in their hopes to secure a top four finish this season.
Arsenal were thought to be the favorites yo finish in the fourth spot two weeks ago with the top three almost certain.
The back to back defeats have seen the gunners move to sixth with Tottenham occupying the 4th spot and united fifth though Arsenal have a game in hand.
They seem to be struggling without Kieran Tierney and Thomas Partey and Now Ferdinand thinks they've got next to no chance of getting points from Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea.
It's a massive game and Arsenal have had a poor run of games and Chelsea look to be back in form, got themselves a final and Rio does not see Arsenal getting a result at Stamford bridge.
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