Arsenal boss gives injury update ahead of decisive Everton tie

The importance of a win on Sunday can not be overstated as securing passage to next season's Champions League is vital for both short-term development and the progress of the club in the long term.

With the away fans likely to be in full voice to watch their squad in one final Premier League match, the team will want to send them off with something of note, like knocking Liverpool out of the top four. Everton have secured Europa League football with their seventh-placed finish, while Hull became the third club to be relegated - along with Sunderland and Middlesbrough - on Sunday after they were thrashed by Crystal Palace.

The calculations for the range of money that remains available to pocket was undertaken by Talksport and were correct prior to Tuesday evenings fixtures, so with that wriggle room in place, errors are their own.

Here are five shot-stoppers who have kept the most clean sheets this season ahead of match day 38.

Can Arsenal once again make the top-four?

The race for the top four in the English Premier League has been more of a steady amble than a mad dash this spring. Klopp's side also lost a League Cup final, while the FA Cup semi-final the year before ended in defeat by Aston Villa.

The Gunners will welcome Everton to the Emirates Stadium at the weekend as we look to secure a place in next season's Champions League competition. But should Guardiola's side implode and lose 4-0 at Vicarage Road and Arsenal sneak a 1-0 win over Ronald Koeman's side, those results will wipe out City's goal advantage and leave the sides tied on 75 points with 75 goals scored and 43 conceded. Fourth place if Liverpool draw or lose. "If we win we know the most we will be behind is one point, so let's see what happens".

Liverpool, Manchester City and Arsenal could all finish fifth, which would be worth £30.4 million.

City (75 points, 36 goal difference, 75 goals scored) have the edge over Liverpool (73, 33, 75) and Arsenal (72, 31, 74). Technically a draw could be enough for Arsenal, but realistically they need a win against Everton.

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"One of them is, of course, what is happening with the manager, the future, the players who have to come in, the renewal of contracts".

Unfortunately for Arsenal, it also has the toughest opponent of these three teams: Everton. They're three teams who play well at home.

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Despite the best efforts of Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham side, Chelsea had the league title sewn up with a couple of games to play.



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