Arsenal to end campaign with barely a whimper
Everton ensured their Premier League status for another season after a stirring 3-2 comeback in midweek over Crystal Palace at Goodison Park. In the final game of the Premier League campaign on Sunday, they travel to Arsenal. The hosts need a win to have any chance of usurping rivals Tottenham Hotspur at the death for a Champions League place, but do not look equipped to hold up their end of the bargain. Read our preview here:
Made of Granit
Mikel Arteta has once again lost Takehiro Tomiyasu to injury, but welcomes back Rob Holding to the defence. Elsewhere, Granit Xhaka's impassioned post-match interview divided fans and pundits alike, but is set to be at the heart of midfield for the foreseeable future. Alexandre Lacazette should be back as the lone striker with his stay in north London also under scrutiny.
Frank Lampard has been hailed by Toffees supporters after leading his side from 16th to 16th since his appointment at the end of January. He has largely been without a fit and firing Dominic Calvert-Lewin during that time, but the England international has started to come back into form just when it was required. There will be a temptation to rotate some of the other regulars, but both Richarlison and Demarai Gray, who were instrumental in midweek, should still start.
Everton have picked up points at the business end of the year just as their opponents Arsenal have hit the buffers. Even with a place at the top table of European football on the line, it's hard to envisage a combination of an Arsenal win and a Spurs defeat. betway have odds of 4.00 for Richarlison to score anytime, which could well condemn the Gunners to the Europa League instead.