Everything is in place for Arsenal to beat Brighton today and there can be no excuses whatsoever if we fail to collect all three points.
We enter this game on a high after beating Valencia 3-1 on Thursday night in the Europa League semi-final first leg at the Emirates.
Tottenham have opened up the door for us to be in with a real shout of a top-four finish following their loss to Bournemouth yesterday afternoon.
Our opponents Brighton no longer needs any points to survive relegation and will not be as desperate as they could have been if Cardiff City had won yesterday, and while they will still want to get something from the game today the same intensity will just not be there.
Outside of the long term injured we have as strong a squad to pick from as we could have hoped for at this stage of the season.
Our forwards are on fire and we have a player going for the Premier League Golden Boot.
And finally, we have one of the best home records in the Premier League playing against a team with one of the worst away records.
So, there you have it, absolutely everything is more or less in our favour, you could argue that Brighton remains dangerous because they will be a lot more relaxed today and so on, but for me, that would be grasping at straws.
Whatever way you dress it up if we fail to collect all three points today then we will not have deserved to finish top-four, there simply cannot be any excuses today if we do not win and win comfortably.