Crystal Palace v Arsenal live stream, BT Sport, Wednesday 19 May, 7pm BST
Arsenal will be hoping to keep their slim European hopes alive by beating Crystal Palace on Wednesday.
The Gunners have long been out of the Champions League race, but they could yet secure a spot in next season's edition of the Europa League. Mikel Arteta’s side sprang a surprise in their last encounter, beating Chelsea 1-0 at Stamford Bridge, and now find themselves within four points of the top six.
Crystal Palace twice came from behind to beat Aston Villa 3-2 on Sunday. That victory moved Roy Hodgson’s side on to 44 points for the campaign, with the Eagles now just one point adrift of Wolves in 12th place. Hodgson is expected to depart at the end of the season, which means this looks set to be his final home game in charge of the club he supported as a boy. The 73-year-old will be desperate to end his Selhurst Park tenure on a high.
Arsenal will hope to have David Luiz available again, despite confirming last week that the Brazilian will not be at the club next season.
Granit Xhaka has been ruled out, but Hector Bellerin could start if he gets over a knock in time. Nicolas Pepe and Alexandre Lacazette will hope to start after beginning the Chelsea game on the bench.
James Tomkins could start for Palace after coming on as a substitute at the weekend. James McArthur, Nathan Ferguson, Connor Wickham and Mamadou Sakho are all injured, while Patrick van Aanholt was absent on Sunday due to a family issue.
Nathaniel Clyne is available again, while Vicente Guaita is likely to replace Jack Butland between the sticks after being rested against Villa.
Kick-off is at 7.00pm BST and the game is being shown on BT Sport 1. See below for watching details where you are.
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