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Arsenal must end Premier League season on a high as Wembley awaits

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger gives his thoughts on the ongoing contract sagas of Raheem Sterling and Theo Walcott.

It has been a strange end to the season for Arsenal. They had appeared to be roaring towards a triumphant finale, fighting back from the mire of mid-table to flirt briefly with the possibility of a title challenge -- or at least second place!

However, their league campaign now seems poised to finish on a diminuendo, with the Gunners failing to score in each of their last three home games. It is vital they arrest that slide in their final game against West Brom. With an FA Cup final against Aston...

Tired Arsenal need Theo Walcott's freshness amid goal-scoring slump

The ESPN FC panel discuss potential Arsenal players who may be sold in order to make room for new recruits at the Emirates.

It's fairly clear that all is not well between Arsenal and Theo Walcott. The contract situation on the horizon means a decision by at least one party will have to be made this summer.

It's rare that a player with 12 months left on his deal stays unless new terms are agreed. At the moment it doesn't look as if that's anywhere near happening, and while this very situation played out the last time the England international's deal was running down in 2012, the circumstances were very different.

Because...

 By Michael Cox

Sunderland secure their Premier League place with 0-0 draw at Arsenal

Sunderland manager Dick Advocaat couldn't help but shed some tears as his side drew with Arsenal and clinched survival in the Premier League.

LONDON -- Three quick thoughts from Arsenal's 0-0 draw with Sunderland in the Premier League at Emirates Stadium on Wednesday night.

1. Sunderland secure their Premier League status

By this stage of the season, most Premier League matches are irrelevant because so many teams have nothing to play for. Yet this was a rare game where both had something at stake: Arsenal wanted to secure the final (guaranteed) Champions League place by finishing third, while Sunderland were fighting relegation.

In...

 By Chris Wright

Arsenal fans asks the Queen to score him an FA Cup final ticket

Despite the fact that Wembley Stadium holds 90,000 people, fans of FA Cup finalists Arsenal and Aston Villa have been left scrambling for tickets after receiving just 25,000 allocated tickets apiece from the Football Association.

As such, fans have been moving heaven and Earth in the struggle to get their hands on tickets on the open market, with droves of disappointed supporters still ending up empty-handed.

However, faced with the very same predicament, plucky Arsenal fan Charlie Pearce decided...

Chelsea win Premier League, but which season has been the greatest ever?

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has criticised his side's title rivals for failing to provide a decent challenge this season.

It's hardly the climax to the season that was promised, or one that seemed to have been set up. At one point in the second half of the 2014-15 campaign, Chelsea and Manchester City were dead level in every respect. The race for the Champions League involved minimal differences among a quartet of clubs, and it looked like there could be as many as eight sides trying to avoid three relegation spots.

But Chelsea have won the title with games to spare, the top four is decided and there's just one matter...

David Ospina impresses with dull draw vs. Sunderland

Sunderland manager Dick Advocaat couldn't help but shed some tears as his side drew with Arsenal and clinched survival in the Premier League.

After a rousing second half to the season, Arsenal are stumbling over the finishing line. Having suffered a 1-0 defeat in their previous home game against Swansea, they failed to beat lowly Sunderland on Wednesday night, settling for a 0-0 draw.

Heading in to the game, the smart money was always on the draw as a point was enough to allow both teams to achieve their remaining ambitions in the league. For Sunderland, that meant securing their top-flight survival while for the Gunners, it effectively...