If Arsenal do not collect all three points from this game, it will mean that they will stay in seventh place, which would be their worst league position after 31 games since Arsene Wenger took over. They’ve only been as low as sixth this late in the season once, in 2005/06, and only twice previously (2012/13 and 1999/2000) have they been as low as fifth. So, yeah, there’s a lot on the line here, and for the rest of the season.
Granted, they have - after today - two games in hand on Everton in sixth, and either one or two games in hand on the rest of the pack above them, but none of that matters unless they convert those games into points.
Arsenal v. Middlesbrough
Mnday, April 17, 2017
Noon PT/3PM ET/8PM BT
Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough
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