Middlesbrough must believe in Premier League survival - Gestede

by Steven Clarke April 19, 2017, 1:34

Gibson is high on Leicester's list of priorities for next season as they bid to finally end their lengthy search for a centre-half, with a move expected regardless of whether Middlesbrough avoid relegation from the Premier League.

Arsenal's Mesut Ozil celebrates scoring his side's second goal of the game during the Premier League match at the Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough.

Arsenal are in sixth place and seven points behind fourth-placed Manchester City in the Premier League table after a disappointing run in the Premier League over the past couple of months.

"If you asked the other teams 'Are Middlesbrough one of the three worst teams in the league?' I don't suppose many would say we are", said the midfielder.

"It's a massive game and we need to win and we need the three points". You have to have this positivity to keep going. otherwise you won't win anything. This is the toughest league there is, . We're convinced one win will change it all.

The home crowd could be important, and if the few Arsenal fans that are there start showing displeasure if we don't start scoring early, it could be another uncomfortable afternoon for Arsene Wenger.

Agnew thought a key point in the game came at 1-1 when Daniel Ayala's close range header was saved by Petr Cech. "That's what we'll do we will prepare for Bournemouth and go down there with plenty of confidence".

Gibson, 24, has impressed for Boro this season and been watched by the likes of Liverpool, Chelsea and Stoke, earning a call-up to the senior England squad in April.

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