Arsenal predicted lineup vs Everton - Premier League

  • Arsenal host Everton on the final day of the Premier League season this Sunday
  • Gunners will be crowned champions if they beat Everton and Man City fail to win
  • Mikel Arteta has almost a fully fit squad to pick from this weekend

Many Arsenal fans may already be resigned to missing out on a first Premier League title in two decades, but the Gunners still harbour hopes of being crowned champions.

The north London side know even victory against Everton this Sunday won't be enough for the title should Manchester City beat West Ham, with Mikel Arteta's men now two points off the top of the table heading into the final day of the Premier League season.

However, England's top flight never fails to serve up drama and Arsenal fans will take a glimmer of hope from the fact that Man City have made life difficult for themselves on the final day of previous title races - even if they've still gone on to win the trophy.

Regardless of what happens at the Etihad, Arsenal must focus on doing their job against the Toffees. Fortunately for Arteta, he has an almost full-strength squad to choose from heading into Sunday's clash.

Here is how Arsenal may line up for their battle with Everton this weekend.

Arsenal predicted lineup vs Everton (4-3-3)

Bukayo Saka
Bukayo Saka should be fit enough to start / Visionhaus/GettyImages

GK: David Raya - Having received pelters for dropping Aaron Ramsdale in favour of Raya early in the season, Arteta's faith in his compatriot has been rewarded over the course of the campaign.

RB: Ben White - Arguably the best right-back in the league this season, White has added attacking quality to an already solid defensive foundation. He has produced four goals and four assists in 36 Premier League matches.

CB: William Sailba - The Frenchman's injury was the reason that the wheels fell off Arsenal's title bid last season but his fitness has been key to the Gunners sustaining their charge this term. He has been the division's best defender in the best defence.

CB: Gabriel - Once largely considered the weak link in Arsenal's central defensive partnership, Gabriel has shone this season. His physicality and aerial ability will be useful up against a direct and strong Everton side.

LB: Takehiro Tomiyasu - Oleksandr Zinchenko and Jakub Kiwior have both enjoyed spells at left-back, but Tomiyasu has now made the spot his own with some fantastic displays.

CM: Martin Odegaard - The skipper could yet lift the Premier League trophy at the Emirates this Sunday, but regardless of the outcome of the title race the Norwegian has been immense throughout a fantastic campaign for the Gunners.

CM: Thomas Partey - The return of Partey at the base of midfield has helped solidify Arsenal's spine and he has helped improve an already resolute defensive unit.

CM: Declan Rice - Almost certainly the signing of the season, the £105m man has justified his price tag. He has featured in every single match for the Gunners this season, starting all but one.

RW: Bukayo Saka - Having taken a slight knock at Old Trafford during last weekend's 1-0 victory, Saka should be fit enough to start at the Emirates in a crucial clash. The Englishman has only managed one goal in nine appearances against Everton.

ST: Kai Havertz - Essential to Arsenal's late season run, Havertz was again at the heart of things against Manchester United. He set up the only goal of the game and now boasts three strikes and two assists in his last four matches.

LW: Leandro Trossard - The man for the big occasion, Trossard's brilliance has edged Gabriel Martinelli out of the starting lineup. He scored the winner at Old Trafford and has netted in four of his last five outings.