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Arteta reveals why he cannot wait for Sunday to come around, expressing his belief that anything is possible – “If we win and they don’t win, it’s for us. That’s nice and it’s something to live for…



Mikel Arteta eagerly anticipates Sunday’s Premier League finale as Arsenal gears up for a shot at the title.


The Gunners are the underdogs with Manchester City in the lead, but Arteta remains optimistic about their chances. Arsenal will face Everton in a crucial


match that they must win, and Arteta is confident in his team’s ability to come out on top.


Mikel Arteta is filled with joy regarding the upcoming final day of the Premier League season on Sunday, as Arsenal gears up to contend for the title.


Despite Manchester City currently holding the top spot, making them the favorites, the Gunners are determined to give it their all. City will secure the championship if they triumph over West Ham.


In front of their devoted fans, Arsenal will face Everton in a match they are confident they can win without any difficulty, as their supporters firmly believe.


Arteta, the manager of Arsenal, expresses his satisfaction with the progress his team has achieved and recently conveyed his belief that they have what it takes to clinch the title.


On Sunday, we will find out if his prediction is accurate, and he has now clarified why that day holds significance for Arsenal.


Arteta informed the Spanish publication, AS:


“This Sunday will be a fantastic day. It will be the first time since the Emirates Stadium was constructed that the Premier League will be present, adorned with red ribbons.


“If we emerge victorious and they do not, the victory will be ours. It’s a pleasant thought and something worth striving for. There is always a glimmer of hope.


“If there’s one thing I’ve learned from my experiences, it’s that you must first fulfill your responsibilities, which is already a task in itself, and then we’ll see what unfolds.”


Regardless of the outcome on Sunday, it will always hold a special place in our hearts as our team has put in immense effort to keep the title race alive until the very last day of the season.


It is indeed a rare occurrence for us to enter the final day of the season with a shot at becoming the Champions of England after such a long time.