Tip Arsenal - Everton
It's decision day for Arsenal and could it be Arsene Wenger's last match at the Emirates before stepping down as boss? Arsenal start the day in fifth place and already qualified for the Europa League, but it's the Champions League they want next season. If they win this game then that takes them to 75 points and that will get them in the top four if Liverpool fail to beat Middlesbrough. A 1-1 draw with Everton and a 2-0 defeat for Liverpool would take them into a play-off. If they draw and Liverpool lose by three goals then that's fourth place or they could thrash Everton and hope Manchester City lose to Watford. As you can see therefore, it's not in Arsenal's hands. They are in good form though and have won their last four games to at least give themselves some hope of finishing in the top four. The last four home league games have been won without conceding a goal. Everton will finish the season in seventh place and will be in the Europa League next season. They'd be higher in the league but for their away form with no wins in their last seven on the road. The pressure is on the Gunners but they can get a home win here, but will that be enough?
Key points Arsenal - Everton
Arsenal have won their last four home games without conceding a goal.
Arsenal have won their last four league games.
Everton have little to play for and gone seven away league games without a win.
Everton haven't beaten Arsenal away since 1996.
Conclusion Arsenal - Everton
Arsenal are in form again particularly Sanchez but even a win here needs help from others to get them into the top four. Everton are poor on the road and little to play for so go for a home win here.