The former Liverpool defender, who is right now the English Premier League commentator Jamie Carragher, has urged Arsenal to relax and he urges them to stay calm as they strive to be on top of the table.
According to Carragher, the Gunners are good when they play and they don't have to worry. In yesterday's match when Arsenal's rivals Manchester City were against the Blues at Stamford Bridge and they won 1-0.
This means that Arsenal has to put in more effort in the upcoming fixtures so that they can remain on top of the Premier League table. The Gunners are ahead of their rivals Manchester City by 5 points.
Arsenal's next match will be on Sunday 15 this month as they face Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League. On Monday, the Gunners will be up against Oxford United in the FA Cup third round.
Jamie Carragher has hit the nail right on the head as the Gunners need to stay composed to stay clear of their rivals Manchester City in the Premier League title
As is to wish Arsenal all the best and we shall keep on updating you on whatever happens in the English Premier League tournament stay still and let us be in touch.
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