The Fourth Place Trophy may be out of Arsenal’s control and beyond its reach, but the Moral Victory Cup is there for the taking; Arsenal have won three in a row and five of their last seven, which erases the sad stretch that knocked them out of top four in the first place (even if it doesn’t undo the damage).
Two more wins and Arsenal end on five straight wins, which is a nice little fillip as they head towards the FA Cup final. Winning out and missing the top four would suck, but the club is doing all it needs to do to be in position if Liverpool or Manchester City slip up. It’s still not satisfying, but at lest the season is turning around a bit.
Arsenal vs. Sunderland
Tuesday, May 16th, 2017
11.45AM PT/2.45PM ET/7.45PM BT
Emirates Stadium, London
HOW TO WATCH:
In the US, NBC Sports Network, Telemundo, or NBC Sports Live Extra.
In the not-US, check livesoccer.tv.
It's 1️⃣ hour before #AFCvSAFC - and that means it's time for our team news pic.twitter.com/PyEAaoOpCE— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) May 16, 2017
Here's how #SAFC line up to face the Gunners tonight... pic.twitter.com/YFmNUdVf3K— Sunderland AFC (@SunderlandAFC) May 16, 2017