Sutton boss Doswell: Do I have sympathy for Arsene Wenger?

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Paul Merson has played down the chance of Sutton United pulling off "the biggest shock in the history of football" when the Non-League side host Arsenal on Saturday afternoon.

Arsenal next face non-league Sutton in the fifth round of the FA Cup on Monday night and Doswell does not feel sorry for his opposite number ahead of the match at Gander Green Lane.

With Arsenal facing Sutton in the FA Cup this weekend, Wenger is likely to ring the changes in his starting line-up anyway, but he will not want to be without his influential captain for long.

Wenger's side were 5-0 winners against Southampton at St Mary's in the fourth round thanks to Theo Walcott's hat-trick, while their Non-League opponents eased to a 1-0 victory over Leeds United. If it was a boxing match it wouldn't be allowed.

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"There's two ways of looking at it".

"But if they put another team out then it does get up to the ones and two percents".

"The best result for the players would be a 0-0 - for you lot probably a 3-3 or 2-2", he added.

Sun Bets Marketing Director Barry Sage commented on the sponsorship: "We are delighted to be working alongside Sutton United in what can only be described as the biggest match in history of the club". "The chance for them to go to the Emirates and just have a great day out would probably be their preferred result".

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A draw would send Wenger spiralling deeper into crisis, though Doswell, who will hand the Arsenal boss a £300 bottle of wine when he meets him on Monday, feels that numerous Frenchman's critics have gone overboard.

"Wenger is getting criticised - and I think wrongly - that he doesn't have enough leaders in the dressing room, but he has still managed to qualify for the Champions League for the last 15 years", he said.

Former Celtic and Aston Villa striker Alan McInally believes that Manchester United and Arsenal will fail to finish in the top four come May.

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