Arsenal remain fifth in the Injury League table with four players potentially ruled out for their final clash of the season against Everton.

The Gunners go into their final game against the Toffees knowing that a top four finish is out of their hands but still on the cards as long as they do their job and other teams drop points.

It won’t be easy, however, with Arsenal’s leader, Laurent Koscielny, still potentially sidelined with an Achilles problem, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (hamstring) out until the FA Cup final on 27 May, and Aaron Ramsey possibly set to miss out with a thigh injury.

While Santi Cazorla doesn’t look set to return until October.

Meanwhile, Everton have several players out: Yannick Bolasie (knee), Ramiro Funes Mori (knee), James McCarthy (thigh), Maarten Stekelenburg (groin), Seamus Coleman (leg), and Aaron Lennon (personal reasons).

View the Injury League table here.

Here’s how the Injury League’s top four are looking:

Sunderland (7)

Duncan Watmore – ACL Injury
Paddy McNair – ACL Injury
Jan Kirchhoff – Knee Cartilage Injury
Steven Pienaar – Ankle Injury
George Honeyman – Back Injury
Jason Denayer -Thigh Injury
Victor Anichebe – Hamstring Injury

Hull City: (7)

Moses Odubajo – Patella Fracture
Lazar Markovic – Ankle Injury
Ryan Mason – Fractured Skull
Abel Hernandez – Knock
Harry Maguire – Ankle Injury
Will Keane – ACL Knee Injury
David Meyler – MCL InjuryWest

West Ham United: (8)

Pedro Obiang – High Ankle Sprain
Cheikhou Kouyate – Wrist Surgery
Michail Antonio – Hamstring Surgery
Diafra Sakho – Lower Back Injury
Arthur Masuaku – Foot Injury
Mark Noble – Sports Hernia
Gokhan Tore – Knee Surgery
Andy Carroll – Groin Strain

Crystal Palace: (4)

Connor Wickham – ACL Injury
Mamadou Sakho – ACL Strain
Scott Dann – Knee Ligament Injury
Pape Souare – Broken Leg