Well, it’s finally here, the last Premier League game of a forgettable season.

Quite a lot has happened since Arsenal lost at Goodison Park back in December, and you could rightly point to that defeat, coupled with the game against City, as being the turning point of Arsenal’s season.

One thing you can certainly expect from this game is goals.

Everton have conceded more than one a game since while Arsenal have conceded more than that still. As for scoring, Everton have averaged almost two a game and Arsenal the same.

Here’s what’s happened to both sides since that 2-1 reverse before Christmas:

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