Arsenal face Huddersfield Town at the John Smith’s Stadium on Sunday, in the final match of the season and Arsene Wenger’s last game in charge of the club.

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Last Sunday, the Emirates Stadium said farewell to Arsene Wenger, as Arsenal secured sixth place by thrashing Burnley 5-0. This Sunday, the team can hopefully give the manager the same sort of send off away from home.

To try and do so, they’ll travel to 16th-placed Huddersfield. The hosts guaranteed their Premier League safety earlier this week, so they don’t have as much to play for, but they’ll still want a memorable result in Wenger’s final Arsenal match.

Leicester City already showed that teams aren’t just going to roll over and give the boss an easy ride. Their 3-1 win earlier in the week means the Gunners still haven’t picked up a single Premier League point away from home in 2018. Now they have one last chance to put that right.

 

So how will Wenger set up his Arsenal side for the last time? Let’s try and work it out…

Next: Team news, line-up and final XI

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