Far from decided and far from Tottenham’s fourth-place spot, Arsenal has it all to play for on the final day of Premier League action and are lucky Everton decided their fate midweek against Crystal Palace.
If this season’s turbulent drama is anything to go by: then the Premier League’s Matchday 38 promises to be filled with last-minute heartbreak and late triumph.
While all eyes will be glued to Manchester City vs. Aston Villa and Liverpool vs. Wolves, the Gunners will have their full focus on acquiring three points and giving their fans something to cheer about after a long and emotional rollercoaster of a campaign.
Counting heavily in Mikel Arteta’s favour is the fact Everton has secured their spot in the top flight for next season’s Premier League run and come into this fixture with no pressure on them at all.
What must be remembered: Arsenal’s fate is no longer in their own hands and must rely on a team at the very bottom of the Premier League table — which is never a good thing.