Arsenal missing three players for Everton clash
Arsenal will be without three players for the final Premier League of the game of the season at the Emirates Stadium.
The Gunners have recently stumbled with back-to-back losses which could cost them a Champions League place.
They are currently two points behind Tottenham for the fourth spot, but the latter have a superior goal difference.
Hence, their Champions League prospects are reliant on Spurs losing to 20th-placed Norwich City which is unlikely.
Regardless of what happens, manager Mikel Arteta will want to end the season on a high with a victory against Everton on Sunday.
Ahead of the game, there are no fresh injury concerns to worry about, but the Gunners will be without three key players.
Kieran Tierney is out after a knee surgery while Thomas Partey has not recovered from a thigh problem sustained last month.
Takehiro Tomiyasu was substituted with a hamstring injury at Newcastle, and he is also expected to miss Sunday's game.