Alexis Sanchez
Alexis Sanchez scored for the Gunners in their 4-0 thrashing of Watford Getty

Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher believes that Arsenal still have a slim chance of winning the league title if they can win all their remaining seven games. The former defender believes that Leicester City can slip up if the nerves kick in, which will make for an interesting end to the league season.

The Gunners beat Watford 4-0 in flamboyant fashion, with Alexis Sanchez, Alex Iwobi, Hector Bellerin and Theo Walcott all getting on the scoresheet. The north London club are currently eight points adrift of Leicester, who have a chance of taking the gap up to 11 points, should they win on 3 April against Southampton, albeit having played an additional game.

Tottenham's slip-up against Liverpool means that Spurs can potentially go seven points behind Leicester before the end of the day and it will also allow the Gunners to catch up on their north London rivals, who are currently four points behind with a game in hand.

"I think Arsenal have to win every single game if they've got any chance," Carragher told Sky Sports. "Leicester would still have to lose three games, they could if the nerves kick in and there are tough games at the end of the season. But can Arsenal win every game?"

However, despite the possibility, Carragher is confident that Leicester can turn on the screw and win the title as they have been pulling out wins on a regular basis against difficult opposition like Champions do. The Foxes take on Southampton on 3 April and a win here will mean that they only have six games to go before they can put their hands on the title.

"People still can't quite believe Leicester are going to win the Premier League," he said.

"If Arsenal were in that position, or Manchester United, Chelsea or teams you'd associate with winning the league, you'd say it's over.

"[People will] just expect Leicester to throw it away. I don't know why when they've only lost three games and are doing things that title winners do like winning games 1-0. I fully expect them to go on and win the title," the Liverpool legend added.