Premier League preview: 19th May

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The Premier League season comes to an end on Sunday, with the final Champions League spot still up for grabs.

Arsenal are in pole position to finish fourth, and travel to Newcastle United knowing victory will guarantee a place amongst Europe’s elite.

Mikel Arteta is a huge injury doubt following the midweek win over Wigan, whilst Steve Harper is set to play his final game between the sticks for the Toon.

Tottenham Hotspur will be hoping to capitalise should the Gunners slip-up at St. James’ Park, and have Benoit Assou-Ekotto back and available for the visit of Sunderland.

Chelsea can still surrender third if they lose to Everton at Stamford Bridge, and captain John Terry is once again unavailable after missing the Europa League final victory. Ramires is also suspended for the Blues.

Sir Alex Ferguson will lead Manchester United for the 1500th and final time against West Brom. Anders Lindegaard is set to start in goal, whilst Wayne Rooney’s potential non-selection is sure to take the headlines.

Liverpool host relegated QPR, whilst Premier League runners-up Manchester City welcome Norwich City to the Etihad Stadium.

Southampton and Stoke meet in a game unlikely to be for the purists, whilst Fulham make the trip to Swansea City.

West Ham host another relegated side in the shape of Reading, whilst Wigan’s players can expect a heroes welcome when they return to the DW Stadium to face Aston Villa with the FA Cup – and a ticket to the Championship.

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