As far as games go, it’s fair to say that Sunday’s match against Burnley is up there.
Although Arsene Wenger doesn’t want any fuss, the clubs are planning on giving him a guard of honour and there will be tributes at the end of the game, to be streamed live on Arsenal.com.
The match already has an air of testimonial about it but that ignores the fact that all the footballing business is not quite finished for the season.
A win for Burnley would see them draw level on points with Arsenal, albeit with a significantly worse goal difference.
Given that Arsenal’s final two games of the season are away, dropped points against Sean Dyche’s men could realistically result in Arsenal finishing seventh and their new manager having to start his first season at the club before July is even finished.
So, despite the huge disappointment on Thursday night, the club need to pick themselves up, shake themselves down, and get a result against the Clarets.
So how will they line-up?