Arsenal head into the final day of the Premier League season knowing only a win can give them any chance of finishing inside the top four – and even that will depend on Liverpool or Manchester City slipping up.
Nonetheless, nothing is impossible in the Premier League and the good news for Arsenal is that midfielder Aaron Ramsey should be available for their season-defining clash with Everton on Sunday, despite coming off against Sunderland with a slight thigh injury in midweek.
Aaron Ramsey is fine, the Arsenal midfielder suffered a minor thigh injury against Sunderland on Tuesday. #AFC
— Ben Dinnery (@BenDinnery) May 19, 2017
That’s according to journalist Ben Dinnery, who specialises in injury news and works for a whole host of publications, not least including Sky Sports, ESPN, The Metro and talkSPORT.
Despite another injury-inflicted campaign, Ramsey has emerged as a key player for Arsenal in recent weeks, excelling as the box-to-box midfielder in their 3-4-3 set-up and grabbing two assists in his last three Premier League appearances.
Fortunately for the Gunners, then, he’s likely to be involved in the most crucial league fixture of their season.