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Arsene Wenger chose to start Alexis Sanchez vs Sunderland hours before kick-off

18 Mai 2017

The Gunners still need either Manchester City or Liverpool to falter on the final day if they are to qualify for next season's Champions League but thanks to Sanchez they have at least taken the battle to the very last.

Arsenal are also at home, to Everton, but unless Liverpool or Manchester City slip up badly it will mean the Europa League for the Gunners and even more reasons for Sanchez to walk away from the club this summer. "Let's give ourselves every chance".

'I only played in it once and was fortunate in one go to have won it. It would be one of our best in the last 10 years. But let's get to 75 points and see what happens.

Arsenal would be involved in a winner-take-all match at Villa Park for the fourth and final Champions League spot if a freakish set of results occur on the last day of the season on Sunday.

Arsenal manager was excited again with the exceptional performance of Chilean, Alexis Sanchez, the midfielder that he has fine-tuned to be a striker.

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"No it's Tuesday night against Sunderland, everybody expects us to win".

Asked about the poor attendance at the Emirates, Wenger said he "didn't count the number of people who were in the seats" and nor is he counting out Arsenal's chances of finishing in the top four come Sunday evening.

Arsenal are relying on already-relegated Middlesbrough to upset the odds at Anfield or West Ham to thwart City to have any hopes of overtaking their rivals. I think we had 36 shots at goal, the highest in the Premier League.

But that's the club Arsenal have become under Arsene Wenger in recent seasons, incapable of maintaining consistency and prone to periods of rank mediocrity.

"I want to absolutely make sure we are in there".