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Final Premier League table predicted after major Man City boost and Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur blows

Arsenal will need to win against Everton this weekend and hope for a favour from London rivals West Ham

Arsenal have taken the Premier League title race to the final day but their fate is out of their own hands after Manchester City won 2-0 at North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur on Tuesday night.

Erling Haaland opened the scoring in the second half after tapping home from Kevin De Bruyne’s pass. He would go on to add a second from the penalty spot in the 91st minute but only after substitute goalkeeper Stefan Ortega made a stunning save to deny Son Heung-min one-on-one after the South Korean was clean through on goal after pouncing on an error from Manuel Akanji on 86 minutes.

Arsenal host Everton on Sunday while West Ham make the trip to Man City, with both games kicking off at 4pm. Following the result on Tuesday, statistic experts at Opta have predicted how the final table will look come Sunday evening. Each percentage indicates every teams chance of finishing in that position, with some teams already guaranteed to finish in their current placing.

Arsenal host Everton on Sunday while West Ham make the trip to Man City, with both games kicking off at 4pm. Following the result on Tuesday, statistic experts at Opta have predicted how the final table will look come Sunday evening. Each percentage indicates every teams chance of finishing in that position, with some teams already guaranteed to finish in their current placing.

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