Arsenal - Everton
Back-to-back defeats has left Arsenal s hopes of finishing fourth in tatters. In order to steal fourth on the final day they need to beat Everton and hope Tottenham lose away to relegated Norwich. Everton came from 2-0 down to beat Crystal Palace 3-2 on Thursday night and secure their top-flight status for next season. They can head to the Emirates with no pressure on their shoulders. Everton have failed to win 15 of their last 16 away matches. Rob Holding returns from suspension but now Arsenal have lost Takehiro Tomiyasu to injury for their final game. Mikel Arteta will certainly ponder changes after such a dismal performance in defeat to Newcastle on Monday. The problem is options are thin in areas that need change. Alexandre Lacazette should come in for his first Premier League start since the start of April. Everton secured their top-flight status with a remarkable comeback against Crystal Palace on Thursday and can now head into the last game of the season with the pressure off. Ben Godfrey and Donny van de Beek were back from injury to make the bench on Thursday and are options to start here. Yerry Mina and Fabian Delph could return for the final game but with nothing riding on this match they may not be risked. Jarrad Branthwaite returns from suspension but Salomon Rondon remains unavailable due to a ban. Demarai Gray played a key role in the comeback win against Palace and will hope to be rewared with a start here. Lampard was full of praise was Dele Alli after the victory against Palace and he should be rewarded with his full league debut for the club.Pick: 1
*Odds are correct at the time of publishing and subject of change.
Match start: 22.05. 17:00h