Yet Carragher told Sky Sports that Liverpool need to stay in touch with their rivals heading into the second half of the season and then the door may open for a twist in the title stort.
The Gunners have made a habit of coming back from behind to gain a result and now, Granit Xhaka has claimed that Arsenal are ready to make the next step in the Premier League. "We know the opposition well, where they are good and where they are not". He helps us, not only me but all the players, with the small things.
"Again, that's another learning curve for us-to see those sorts of games out".
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He added, "Every player works a lot, and it's very important for our balance that we have two midfielders like Xhaka and Torreira, because the balance in midfield is also important for our balance in defence and our balance offensively".
"I think he should buy all of the newspapers and read this".
Xhaka's emergence under Emery has earned the Swiss global lots of praise this season and suggested the 26-year-old can be a success at Arsenal. Today is one test, how we are against a team like Liverpool.
"If you look at last season, especially away from home against the so-called top six teams, we didn't do well enough".