It would be very fitting if an Arsenal player was to help Alan Pardew and his Crystal Palace side to take some points off our Premier League rivals Manchester United tomorrow and thereby help to ensure that the Gunners will finish in the top three and go straight into the group stages of the Champions League.
With former Arsenal striker Marouane Chamakh an injury doubt for the game at Selhurst Park, our young French forward could well get a game and Palace have a great chance of causing Louis van Gaal and his expensively assembled squad another damaging blow in the challenge.
As reported by the Daily Mail, the United boss has revealed that there is a virus going around their dressing room and that is a big problem on top of their injury problems, with the England central midfielder Michael Carrick ruled out for the rest of the season this week.
United have not scored a goal in over four hours of football and if they do not beat Palace and we do beat Swansea on Monday, they will not be able to catch us. Of course the Arsenal players will need to keep their focus and do their job of winning the game but it has not looked as though we were ready to ease up. So will Arsenal pass another major milestone this weekend?