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Reeling from their 5-1 Champions League mauling at the hands of Bayern Munich, Arsenal have a nice easy game against Sutton United this weekend.

Wenger's side take on non-league Sutton in the FA Cup on Monday and, although he acknowledged the brilliance of Bayern in the second half, Doswell stressed that he does not feel sorry for his counterpart.

Arsenal travel to South London with the FA Cup nearly certainly their final hope of silverware after a disastrous run of games that has taken them 10 points behind Premier League leaders Chelsea and facing a Champions League exit after a 5-1 humiliation at Bayern Munich. "I don't feel sorry for them at all because they are in the mad world that is football".

Asked by Standard Sport whether Wenger needed to play his strongest side for a decisive match in Arsenal's season Doswell added: "If he plays the team who beat Southampton 5-0 [in the fourth round] - and I'm a massive Southampton fan - then that would hammer us".

"It is not a disgrace". I know the result is going to sound poor and there is going to be an overreaction but when Bayern, Barcelona and Real Madrid fancy it, you are in real trouble. "That is a fact".

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

"It is an open forum to criticise Arsenal and Arsene Wenger, but from our perspective we are just over the moon that they are coming here".

The deal only covers the English non-league outfit's fifth round FA Cup tie with Premier League giants Arsenal on 20th February.

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 fixture gives us the flawless platform to promote the Sun Bets brand through both TV and on-site activation", he said.