Arsenal can no longer qualify for the Europa League via the English
premier league and will need to save their energy for the FA Cup final.
Watford on the other hand could use a win in this match with their
relegation status on the line.
The Gunners have won five of their last six league games at home, while
Watford have lost each of their last five on the road.
Arsenal host Watford at the Emirates Stadium on the final day of the
Premier League season.
After back-to-back wins against both Liverpool and Manchester City,
Arsenal lost 1- 0 on Tuesday night, at Aston Villa which meant that they
were unable to finish in a Europa League qualifying spot.
Mikel Arteta’s side could finish 8th if other results go their way since they
are unable to finish lower than 10th, even if they lose on Sunday.
They are unbeaten in their last eight league games at home, including last
week’s 2-1 win over champions Liverpool.
Watford’s 4-0 defeat at home to Man City means they head into this game
inside the relegation zone. Watford and Aston Villa are tied on 34 points,
but Villa have a better goal difference of one goal.
Both sides are three ahead of Bournemouth, who have a similar goal
difference. Watford will avoid relegation if they better Aston Villa’s result
against West Ham.
Watford could still stay on top, as long as Villa lose by 2 more goals than
Watford have two wins and four draws on the road. Arsenal and Watford
have met 13 times previous in the Premier League with the Gunners having
won on 10 occasions and lost twice during that period.
Watford fought back in the second half at Vicarage Road in the reverse
fixture in September 2019 and held Arsenal to a 2-2 draw.