Arsenal FC has little or no chance of qualifying for Uefa Champions League next season after a dismal performance on Sunday against Tottenham at white hart lane.

Arsenal conceded two goals in the second half within the space of four minutes (50' and 54') with goals from Deli Alli and Harry Kane in the North London derby against Tottenham. The game ended Tottenham 2 - 0 Arsenal.

Tottenham's victory against Arsenal ensured that they kept their title hopes alive. They are now four point afar off the league leaders, Chelsea. Pocchettino's men has won 9 games in a row - the last time they had such consistency they won the league (1996) but unfortunately, that might not be the case.

Arsenal inconsistency

Arsenal are on the verge of not qualifying for the UEFA champions league for the first time in over 10 years. The Gunners have secured only 60 points from 33 league games this season which leaves them on 6th place in the Premier League standings. They are at the mercy of Liverpool, Manchester United and Manchester City if they are going to ever qualify for the champions league.

It is almost and already confirmed that the Gunners would finish behind Spurs for the first time in over 20 years - a bragging right the Gunners have held over their London rivals since 1996 although Spurs came close to breaking this record last season but slipped up on the way, this season certainly looks like a done-deal for them.

Arsene Wenger looks indecisive

Should the Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger be blamed or held responsible for all the misfortunes and dismal performance of his team? Yes, who else?

The Arsenal gaffer looks indecisive in the formation he uses and the choice of players he chooses for game, he looks kind of confused or maybe he is experimenting what I think will never work with his team.

Wenger's formation against Spurs on Sunday was not what the fans wanted in a derby match against an in-form Tottenham team.

His formation and substitutions have impacted badly on the team's performance as well as the saga surrounding his job - which might be reducing the morale of both the backroom staff and the players.

Arsenal set to face tough tests in their last 4 games of the season:

They play Manchester United at the Emirates on 7th May, 2017 and then visits the Saints away from home before playing Stoke City at the Brittania Stadium. The last game of the season would be at home against an already relegated Sunderland team.

Can the Gunners qualify for the UEFA champions league with their consistently inconsistent performances?