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27/12/2018 - 19:28 BST

Arsenal Still Have Defensive Weaknesses – Former Liverpool Star Confident


Former Liverpool defender Phil Babb believes that the current Arsenal team are still weak defensively and their weakness can be exploited when the Gunners visit Anfield this Saturday.

The Reds are currently leading the league title race and have already developed a six-point lead at the top after 19 matches.

The Gunners, placed fifth, have also been in good form, losing just three times in their 19 matches though Babb believes that there are areas within the Arsenal side that can be exploited.

The Anfield crowd, Babb believes, will also get behind the home team to make things worse for Unai Emery and his side.


"They still give you opportunities and, certainly here with a full Anfield to get behind the boys, we can create the chances and put the ball away", the 48-year-old said on LFC TV following Liverpool's win over Newcastle United.

"There are still gaps and defensively they do have weaknesses and I think we'll exploit them."


Babb also took time to speak about his inquisitiveness to see whether Mesut Ozil is selected to play in the match.

"I will be interested to see if they play Ozil."

The last time Arsenal visited Anfield they were humbled 4-0 and the former Sunderland man believes that it was one of the worst professional performances he has ever seen.

"Last year here it was probably the worst professional display I've ever seen."