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Antonio Conte’s side sit fourth as things stand, level on points with the Gunners but ahead on goal difference, with the north London rivals due to face off in May. West Ham and Manchester United are three points behind.

Arsenal have a game in hand and Carragher believes they remain in a better position, so long as they can get over the 3-0 loss quickly.

“It’s a bad night for Arsenal, the way they’ve lost, not just the three points,” Carragher stated on Sky Sports. “But I think it’s very important that they don’t panic and there’s no hysteria.

“They’re still in a really good position, a better position than Tottenham and Manchester United, and they’ve just won five away games on the bounce.

“So, you’re talking 15 out of 18 points away from home, they’d have taken that when the six games were there away from home.”

As for ex-United star Rooney, he feels that Tottenham have the advantage due to their squad’s experience over Arsenal’s young guns.

“I think it’s Arsenal or Tottenham, it’s between the two of them,” Rooney noted. “I look at Manchester United’s form of late, I don’t think they’re going to challenge for it.

“It’s between Tottenham and Arsenal and I think Tottenham have got the experience in the squad, I give them the upper hand.

“It’s almost like no one wants that fourth place, I think that’s the inconsistency of the teams below Manchester City and Liverpool.

“I think they’ve set the marker, they’re two incredible teams who perform every week, and the teams below them, Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal and Tottenham, they are a little bit inconsistent and that shows in their league position.”

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