Arsenal host Everton in their final Premier League fixture of the season, with a top-four place still to play for.
The Gunners currently occupy fifth place in the table with Liverpool and Manchester City within touching distance. There is a chance that we could end up in a fourth-placed play-off with one of the two sides, but that scenario is very unlikely, with our points and goals tallies needed to pair up. .......Read the full article here
This last Premier league View From The Enemy comes direct from the official Everton website ahead of the Toffees trip to Arsenal. Ronald Koeman’s side won the reverse fixture which began our decline from the Top Four, and as they have not ever won a game at the Emirates they will be keen to end the season on a high. .......Read the full article here
We are expecting a little rotation this evening as this match against Sunderland should be the easiest game of our run in so far, and we have two MUCH more difficult games ahead. .......Read the full article here
So today’s View From The Enemy comes from the official Sunderland website, and despite the already-relegated side having little chance against an in-form Arsenal side, their manager David Moyes is urging his players to fight for their lives (or maybe their place in the team next season!). .......Read the full article here
Sunderland make the long-trip south to take on Arsenal at the Emirates in North London today.
The Black Cats will not be looking forward to taking on the Gunners today, having already endured relegation, and with their fans having booed their players off the pitch at half-time in their previous match. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal have announced their team to take on Stoke City today, in what has to be a must-win encounter if they are to make the Champions League places.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain limped off the pitch on Wednesday and unfortunately misses out, while Aaron Ramsey and Kieran Gibbs lose their starting places. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal travel to the Britannia today to take on Stoke City at a very important time in the season.
The Gunners hopes of a top-four finish rely on them winning all of their remaining three matches, while needing Liverpool to fail in their bid to win their remaining two. .......Read the full article here
When we saw our last six matches we all knew that Arsenal could not have had a harder set of fixtures. After getting whacked by Sp*rs, we then had to face a Man United managed by a Mourinho who Wenger had never beaten in a League match before. .......Read the full article here