Roy Keane believes Arsenal will fail to beat Olympiakos.
Former Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane does not believe Arsenal will qualify from their Champions League group.
The Gunners need a 2-0 win away to Olympiakos in their final game to qualify, or if they can score three or more, then a difference of one goal would suffice.
Speaking to ITV's Champions League highlights show, Keane was asked whether he felt Arsenal would make the last 16.
He responded: "No, not for me no."
"I just don't fancy them, not away from home.
"At home they are not bad, they are comfortable, away from home - different game."
There was the perfect evidence of this in the two matches against Bayern Munich in which the Gunner won the home fixture, before being hammered away from home 5-1.
Yet it was being too comfortable at home against Olympiakos which got them into this mess in the first place, losing 3-2 in a shock result at the start of last month.
With all the motivation they need to pull off a result, there can be no excuses for Arsenal in a fortnight's time, and failure will only fuel their doubters - of which Keane is certainly one.