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Arsenal beats Man United 1-0 to take title race with Man City to final day of Premier League season

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By JAMES ROBSON

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Man U did better than I expected - they actually bothered to put in some effort this time. Their players were just too average to seriously trouble Arsenal.

Over to City.

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Arsenal have taken 4 points from City, Liverpool, Tottenham and Chelsea, and 6 from Man Utd, and therefore have not lost to any of them. It's a big step up from all-too-recent years. Aston Villa have been the bogey team this year.

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Man City are on course to take the title for a fourth successive season. Liverpool will finish third regardless of the outcome of the final two games.

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Alright Arsenal. Make these three points count come Sunday.

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This was quite good:

https://x.com/trollfootball/status/1789686293447704934?s=46&t=2cgM68useCIAD0Jdcn4nkQ

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Quick-thinking, fast moving, and with an eye for constructive decision-making, sharp-shooting Gunner Leandro Trossard keeps his colleagues, fans, and opponents on their toes all the time. It's a two-horse race between Arsenal and Man City. All the best.

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Quick-thinking, fast moving, and with an eye for constructive decision-making, 

Trossard's great, but he didn't need to be any of those things on that goal. It was a defensive disaster from Evans and Casemiro.

Interesting situation with Villa and Liverpool tonight. If Liverpool win, the door reopens for Spurs to get Champions League. Villa's last game is Palace away, a very losable game given Palace's fine form. If Villa win tonight, its over for Spurs and they have very little to play for against Man City tomorrow.

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