Arsenal are desperately clinging to hopes of a top-four finish this season, but our chances may well rely on Liverpool bottling it.
The Reds sit one point ahead of us in the table going into the final matches this Saturday, and we need them not to win against Middlesbrough, while we need to beat Everton. .......Read the full article here
While Arsenal are still hanging onto the hopes of yet another top four Premier League finish after the recent run of wins continued this week with a 2-0 win over Sunderland at the Emirates, we are still at the mercy of the teams above us in the EPL table. .......Read the full article here
This weekend should put an end to the Premier League campaign until August, but there is a possible play-off on the cards for Arsenal.
Our side moved to within one point of Liverpool, and three of Manchester City, and are hoping to claw their way back inside the top four at the finishing line. .......Read the full article here
At the moment the full focus of Arsene Wenger, the players and anyone connected with Arsenal Football Club is on the fight to finish in the top four of the Premier League. Getting another crack at the Champions League next season is not the only goal for the Gunners to aim at, though. .......Read the full article here
After the sort of performance we saw from Arsenal yesterday as we beat the Britannia stadium jinx and gave the old foe Stoke City a good stuffing, especially as it was a true team effort, there are plenty of Gunners who could be considered for the Man of the Match award, with the likes of Francis Coquelin, Ozil and Bellerin shining, but once again I have to give it to that man Alexis Sanchez, especially after his goal celebration seemed to suggest he was staying at the Emirates. .......Read the full article here
Chelsea just won the Premier League title with a 1-0 win over West Bromwich Albion, but would they have done so if they had to juggle Champions League football?
Arsenal are currently outside the top-four, and need Liverpool to drop points from one of their two remaining matches, while winning their last three, to have any chance of qualification. .......Read the full article here
Arsenal could be without Granit Xhaka and Laurent Koscielny for their trip to take on Southampton tomorrow.
The Gunners need a strong finish to the season to have any hopes of climbing their way back inside the top-four, and in-turn qualify for next term’s Champions League competition, and face a tough task away to the Saints. .......Read the full article here
Alex Iwobi is our latest young player to breakthrough the ranks at Arsenal, and he has named the players he can see making the jump next.
The Nigerian broke through into the Gunners first-team last season, but after a switch in formation, Iwobi has found himself out of Arsene Wenger’s plans. .......Read the full article here