The former Gunner reckons Sunderland will adopt an 'any means necessary' approach to ensure their survival in the top flight...
"I watched Sunderland on Saturday. It wasn't a great game but I enjoyed it because it was tense, as you can imagine - it's all about getting points when you're at the bottom, and Leicester did enough to stay up.
"Advocaat went for a front three and that to me says he wanted to be more creative and take some risks, but I've got a feeling he'll change that for Arsenal.
"He'll look at the Swansea video and he'll probably think a draw is doable, so I think he'll flood the midfield with maybe just one up front on Wednesday.
"I think Arsenal's determination to get third, at least, will see them win this game quite comfortably.
"I don't see Sunderland getting anything at Arsenal or at Chelsea - even if Jose Mourinho fields a weakened team - so they're going to have to hope Hull don't beat Manchester United."