Can Arsenal Make it into the Top 4?
From seemingly nowhere, all of a sudden, Arsenal are in with a very real chance of qualifying for the Champions League for next season.
The club were written off at the beginning of April after a 3-1 loss to West Bromwich Albion but since then, the club have recorded six wins in their last eight Premier League matches to be in with a real opportunity of making the elites top four.
However, to do it, they need a big favour from an unlikely source in already relegated Middlesbrough.
The Gunners sit fifth in the league four points behind Liverpool but critically, Arsenal hold one game in hand which would put them one point behind on the final day of the season.
That game in hand is against Sunderland and barring an almighty shock, should see Arsene Wenger’s side comfortably claim three points against arguably one of the worst Premier League sides in history.
However, it is not just Liverpool that Arsenal have an opportunity of closing down, remarkably, the Gunners could still finish the season third and with an FA Cup in the bag. Hop over to this website for more opportunities to win big just like Arsenal still have the chance to do.
Manchester City currently occupy fourth spot and sit three points ahead of Arsenal but Like the Gunners, they have played 36 games and play West Brom on Tuesday night.
If (as expected) both Manchester City and Arsenal win their games in hand, then the Citizens will leapfrog Liverpool meaning a final day showdown will commence between Arsenal and the Reds.
As mentioned above, Liverpool host Middlesbrough on the final day whereas Arsenal have the trickier tie as the unpredictable Toffee’s visit the Emirates.
The permutations are vast for Arsenal and having to rely on other teams helping them out is far from the ideal situation but that does not mean it is all over.
Middlesbrough have bowed out of the Premier League with a whimper but now that reality has set in and the pressure is off, what chances of a relaxed Boro causing the Reds a few headaches?
However, the Gunners will need to play there part too against an Everton side unable to progress from there seventh position.
Head coach Ronald Koeman has come under pressure at various points of the season but a moral boosting victory over Arsenal could be just the tonic he needs.
Whatever happens, the final day promises to be an action packed affair.