Gunners targeting top four
Gunners targeting top four

Arsenal need to win their final game of the season against Everton to boost their hopes of claiming a top-four spot.
The Gunners have secured Champions League football in every season since Arsene Wenger took charge of the club back in 1996.

However, that incredible run could come to an end this season as they head into the final day of the campaign sitting fifth in the Premier League.

Arsenal require a slip up from either Liverpool or Manchester who currently sit fourth and fifth respectively.

Liverpool are just one point better off than Arsenal as they prepare to host already-relegated Middlesbrough, while Manchester City sit three points ahead with a trip to Watford on the cards.

The north London club will undoubtedly be going out to claim all three points as well as netting as many goals as possible to potentially sneak into the Champions League positions on goal difference, which suggests backing over 2.5 goals at n/a could be the way to go.

Wenger will need his men to get the job done without defender Laurent Koscielny as he continues to nurse a calf problem, while Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is out with a hamstring injury.

Midfielder Aaron Ramsey limped off last time out in the victory over Sunderland but he is expected to overcome a thigh injury.

Visitors Everton head to the Emirates with little to play for having already secured Europa League football with a guaranteed seventh-place finish.

Ronald Koeman will be keen to see them end the season on a high with just one win to their name in their last four outings, while they have not won on the road in seven, making it hard to see anything but a home win at n/a.

The Dutchman has no new injury concerns, with the likes of Yannick Bolasie, Seamus Coleman, James McCarthy and Ramiro Funes Mori all long-term absentees.

Striker Romelu Lukaku and midfielder Ross Barkley could be taking to the field in an Everton shirt for the final time as speculation continues to grow over their future at the club.

The Belgian has slipped to second in the race for the Premier League Golden Boot, two goals shy of Tottenham’s Harry Kane, and he could be a real threat for the Gunners to be wary of.

Everton are likely to put up a strong fight to try and have a say on the race for top four, although claiming a win will guarantee their cross-city rivals Liverpool a place in the elite European competition.

Recommended bet: More than 2.5 goals in the game n/a

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