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Premier League table LATEST: How standings look as Man City and Liverpool fight for title

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Liverpool’s late win over Newcastle last Saturday put them top for what could be the last time this season with Manchester City scraping past Leicester on Monday to regain the lead.

Jurgen Klopp’s Reds host Wolves on Sunday needing to win to have any chance of winning a maiden Premier League title, but if Pep Guardiola’s side taste victory the trophy will be heading to the blue side of Manchester for the fourth time in eight seasons.

In what could be a historic day, one set of results would mean that the two juggernauts at the top of the table will be required to play a play-off fixture to determine the outcome of the title race, but a 4-4 draw between Liverpool and Wolves and a 4-0 win for Brighton over City seem unlikely.

The other critical Premier League spots are almost already decided, but Arsenal could sneak above Tottenham into fourth if an eight-goal swing comes to fruition.

Chelsea sit third in the table ahead of their trip to Leicester, with Tottenham lucky to sit fourth after losing three of their last four league fixtures.

Wolves are assured of a seventh-place finish so their result at Anfield will not effect their league position, whereas Everton have the advantage over Leicester in their challenge for eighth.

Watford sit tenth closely followed by West Ham, with Crystal Palace and Bournemouth currently sitting in places 12 and 13.

Newcastle, Burnley, Southampton and Brighton take up the remaining safe places in the table, with Cardiff, Fulham and Huddersfield relegated.

Premier League final day fixtures Sunday 15:00pm

Brighton vs Manchester City

Burnley vs Arsenal

Crystal Palace vs Bournemouth

Fulham vs Newcastle

Leicester vs Chelsea

Liverpool vs Wolves

Manchester United vs Cardiff

Southampton vs Huddersfield

Spurs vs Everton

Watford vs West Ham

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Six days to go – Latest Arsenal Europa League final news and updates

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There are now just six days to go before Arsenal and Chelsea face off in the Europa League final and a stream of reports are coming in thick and fast covering everything from team selection, fan issues, UEFA incompetence and so forth and we will now be doing a daily update of what is being reported.

Arsenal has sold just 3500 tickets out of their measly 6000 allocation with the rest being returned to UEFA. The ridiculous cost of getting to Baku has resulted in many fans being excluded from a major European trophy thanks to the utter incompetence of European footballs governing body.

Azerbaijan are playing the victim following Henrikh Mkhitaryan correct decision to not risk his safety. Azerbaijan’s ambassador to the UK has accused Mkhitaryan of “trying to make a political statement” by declining to visit a country that is effectively at war with his own nation.

Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi has made it clear the whole team wants to win the Europa League for Mkhitaryan following his decision to miss the final due to security concerns.

“It’s a shame for him not to be there, especially as he has often played on the way to the final, but our team has that in mind: We also want to win for Micki,” Mustafi told Kicker.

Arsenal fans have launched an online petition to have the Europa League final moved from Baku to Wembley Stadium. The reasoning behind the petition is the exclusion of Mkhitaryan making Baku an unfit location to hold a major European final

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has also come out in support of Mkhitaryan saying “We know it is a big shame but we respect his decision. It is not easy for him to go there because of political problems. It is a big shame but now we have one more motivation to win”

Former Arsenal legend David Seaman has urged Unai Emery not to pick Petr Cech over Bernd Leno for the final because he feels that the German is simply the better player.

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David Seaman tells Unai Emery to copy Arsene Wenger with big Arsenal decision

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Cech has been the regular goalkeeper in the Europa League for Arsenal since losing his spot as the Premier League No 1 to Bernd Leno midway through the group stage.

The 37-year-old is set to retire after Wednesday’s match in Baku and reports claim he is set to become a sporting director at former club and final opponents Chelsea this summer.

That has led to many Arsenal fans claiming Cech should not play, though the former Czech Republic international has tweeted saying he is completely focused on the match ahead.

Seaman is surprised Cech’s proposed new job has been leaked but says he would have picked Leno in the final before hearing the news.

And Seaman referred to how former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger picked him ahead of Richard Wright in the 2002 FA Cup final despite not playing in previous rounds.

“Well it was announced and I was thinking ‘woah, who’s let this out? Who’s actually leaked this?’,” Seaman told talkSPORT.

“If it’s Chelsea then is it mind games? To make Arsenal think ‘is he going to be thinking about Chelsea when he’s playing?’

“Or maybe Arsenal have leaked it because they might not even be playing him, and use that as an excuse?

“It’s a strange one because there was a poll last night and I think it was about 60-40 wanted Leno to play.

“I know Cech has played all the games but in a final like that, especially against Chelsea.

“Arsenal need to win this game to get into the Champions League.

“For me, you play your strongest team.

“If that means Leno plays then that’s what I would do.

“I know Arsene Wenger did it with me, he did it to Richard Wright.

“He played all the FA Cup games and then played me in the final.”

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Arsenal on the verge of landing one of their top targets

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Arsenal is set to make a move for long term target Bournemouth star Ryan Fraser after the Europa League final according to reports in the media today.

Now, we have been hearing these sort of rumours for a while but what I like about this latest report is that it comes from the Independent and not the likes of the Daily Star or the Sun.

While I do not trust the high brow papers too much I certainly do more than the tabloids and I have to say that I do find it credible that Arsenal will be tabling a bid for the 25-year-old.

Fraser has been brilliant for Bournemouth this season racking up 14 assists in the Premier League with only Chelsea’s Eden Hazard doing better.

Manchester United was apparently interested in the Scottish international but the Independent is claiming that the Red Devils will not be pursuing the playmaker despite what some have been claiming.

Bournemouth wants £30 Million for Fraser, however, Arsenal are said to be confident that they can get the figure lowered because the player wants a move and only has a year left on his contract.

One final thought, Fraser has spoken previously of a move to Arsenal and the speculation about him being linked with a move to the Emirates.

“I am not going to lie, it is very nice,” Fraser said

“It means you are doing something right. They are a huge club, a massive club.

“When you see your name thrown around you always think to yourself that you are a Bournemouth player and you try to do well.

“I am not going to lie, you do feel good, especially when it’s a massive club.”

Of all the rumours currently going around this is the one that I do believe is real and I am now in a position where I would actually be surprised if we fail to get Fraser to put pen to paper.

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