Arsenal are looking to end their winless run in the league when they take on West Brom at home in their last game of the season this afternoon.
Arsene Wenger’s side lost to Swansea City before drawing the next two games against Manchester United and Sunderland.
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The manager would want to see his side end their season with a win against a team which will be beaming with confidence following their impressive 3-0 victory against champions, Chelsea last week.
Arsenal have secured their place in next year’s Champions League after making sure that they finish this season in the third place ahead of rivals, Manchester United.
And avoiding a potential Champions League draw in the later stages of August has clearly made Arsene Wenger a happy person, but he won’t be happy if his team fail to collect maximum points against this week.
West Brom are beaming with confidence at the moment and are unbeaten in their last five games in which they won the game against Louis van Gaal’s Manchester United and Mourinho’s Chelsea.
West Brom currently sits 13th in the league with 44 points on the table and a win can take them up the table if other results go their way on the final day of the season.
Danny Welbeck is still unavailable for Arsenal because of his long term injury. Oxlade-Chamberlain and Debuchy have step up their recovery from the injury but the game against West Brom has come a little early for the duo.
However, both have a good chance of getting into the squad for Arsenal’s FA Cup final.
Mikel Arteta is still out as he continues his rehabilitation.
West Brom have no major injury concern ahead of their visit to Emirates.
Ben Foster remains the only major absentee from West Brom as he continues his recovery from cruciate ligament injury.