The Gunners must beat Olympiacos by two clear goals or score at least three times to have a chance of qualification and the Welshman is hopeful of gaining a result
Aaron Ramsey insists that Arsenal's Champions League fate is in their own hands as they prepare to face Olympiacos in their final group game.
The Gunners are three points adrift of the second-placed Greek side and
must win by either two clear goals or score at least three times on
Wednesday to give themselves a chance of finishing in the top two in
Ramsey, whose side lost their opening two fixtures in the group,
believes that his side will create opportunities and has urged his
team-mates to turn in the performance required of them.
"We will always create opportunities – just hopefully we can stop
Olympiacos, keep a clean sheet and grab a couple of goals ourselves," he
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"It was never going to be easy after the start we had in Europe but we
have done well to come back into the position that we find ourselves in
and it is in our hands – we know what we have to do."
Ramsey was on target in Arsenal's 3-1 Premier League win against
Sunderland on Saturday and he hopes that they can take confidence from
their victory over Sam Allardyce's side.
The Wales midfielder added: "We have been here a few times before. It is
really difficult, we have come up short a lot of the times in Europe.
But we know what we have to do and we believe we have enough quality to
create the opportunities and score.