By Tony Hughes

Stan Collymore expects Arsenal to get back to winning ways when they face Sunderland at the Stadium of Light in the early kick-off on Saturday.

Sunderland and new manager David Moyes have had a terrible start to the season with just two points from nine games anchoring them to the bottom of the Premier League.

Collymore reckons it’s make or break time for the Sunderland manager, but didn’t offer any crumbs of comfort for under-fire Moyes.

“Last chance saloon really for me for David Moyes,” said Collymore in his regular Stan’s Selections on BoyleSports.com.

“If they were to lose this one and lose it heavily I think the batphone might be ringing for a certain Big Sam.”

Collymore goes on to say that he thinks the Gunners will record a routine 2-0 win.

An Arsenal win would put them three points clear at the top of the Premier League, with rivals Manchester City and Liverpool set to play later on that afternoon.

Man City are away at West Brom and Liverpool are away at Crystal Palace. Arsenal, Man City and Liverpool all have 20 points at the moment, with Man City leading the way on goal difference.

In other Arsenal news, their fans have reacted on Twitter after it was announced that Lucas Perez has been ruled out until December.