Arsenal are now firmly in control of their top-four destiny following Sunday's 2-0 win over Manchester United at the Emirates Stadium.
Victory meant the Gunners rose to fourth - one point below Tottenham, two points above United and three points above sixth-placed Chelsea.
Chelsea have a game in hand over their rivals but will only leapfrog Arsenal if they win by a six-goal margin.
Looking at each club's remaining fixtures, Arsenal undoubtedly have the easier run-in due to the fact they've played all of the top six twice.
Chelsea, United and Spurs, on the other hand, each have two games remaining against the Premier League's best.
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Arsenal have given themselves a platform to excel between now and the end of the season by beating United and it all started with a rather fortunate goal from Granit Xhaka.
When the Swiss international let fly from 30 yards in the 12th minute, the ball swerved menacingly in the air and completely wrong-footed David de Gea.
De Gea should have done better, but slow-motion replays showed just how much Xhaka's shot moved en route towards goal.
Both sides had their chances for the rest of the game and in the end it was a Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang penalty that sealed victory for Arsenal.
Fred brought down Alexandre Lacazette in the box and Aubameyang - who missed a last-minute penalty against Tottenham the weekend before - fired straight down the middle.
It was a cool penalty from the Gabonese striker, but not every Arsenal fan had the best view of it from inside the stadium.
Alex Iwobi and Matteo Guendouzi were warming up at the side of the pitch as Aubameyang stepped up and unbeknownst to them, they were blocking the view of some fans.
"Alex! Alex! Duck!" shouted the Arsenal supporters and that's exactly what Iwobi and Guendouzi did, as you can see in the video below.
Iwobi and Guendouzi even chucked in a few press-ups to keep Arsenal fans entertained as they waited for Aubameyang to take his penalty.
There's a good feeling around the Emirates at the moment and that buzz will be needed to spur on the players for the rest of the season.
Arsenal's next game in the Premier League is at home to Newcastle on April 1, but before then they face Rennes in the Europa League last 16 second leg on Thursday.News Now - Sport News