After a forgettable 2016/17 campaign, Arsenal have a golden opportunity to finish the season in the best possible way, with a piece of silverware no less.

1No easy task

It will not be an easy task for Arsene Wenger’s men, as they face Premier League champions Chelsea and will hope to be standing victorious over Antonio Conte’s men, especially given their recent form.

One defeat in nine since the Selhurst Park shambles has given Arsenal confidence that their current winning run of five is linked to Wenger’s formation change into a back three.

They’ve conceded four, including a Romelu Lukaku penalty and Peter Crouch’s dubious-looking flick which actually struck his hand before beating Petr Cech into the back of the net.

In comparison, Chelsea survived an April wobble to fight back and regain the Premier League trophy once more this term.

However, they’ve conceded two or more goals in their last seven matches and it could come down to which side wants the trophy on the afternoon.

Next, press conference…