Aaron Ramsey debates the physical threat of 'big teams'

Aaron Ramsey of Arsenal celebrates scoring his sides first goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Hull City and Arsenal at KC Stadium on April 20, 2014
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Aaron Ramsey debates Arsenal's physical threat compared to other title contenders Chelsea and Manchester City.

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey has discussed the physical presence of this season's Premier League title contenders ahead of their trip to Goodison Park on Saturday.

Ramsey admitted that Arsenal have a "small team", but denied that the North London club will be pushed out of the title race.

Ramsey told Sky Sports News: "Manchester City are a big team and Chelsea are a big team. It's all about opinions. We're quite a small team by comparison and we like to get the ball down. Maybe they won't be as agile and we can play around them.

"It helps those teams with power and drive but I'm sure we'll be playing the other way."

Ramsey was sent off during Arsenal's Champions League playoff clash against Besiktas in midweek after picking up two yellow cards.

Arsenal's manager Arsene Wenger waits for the begining of the UEFA Champions League play-off football match Besiktas vs Arsenal at Ataturk Olympic Stadium on August 19, 2014
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