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Sorry Tottenham fans, Arsenal winning the league would be good for the Premier League – here’s why

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Published Time: 11.05.2024 - 10:40:19 Modified Time: 11.05.2024 - 10:40:19

Arsenal’s title bid offers the excitement of something fresh and new in the face of Man City’s continuing hegemony Reuters/Dylan Martinez We know precisely how the last few days of this Premier League season will unfold

Arsenal’s title bid offers the excitement of something fresh and new in the face of Man City’s continuing hegemony

: Reuters/Dylan Martinez

We know precisely how the last few days of this Premier League season will unfold. Arsenal will win their final two games, first at Old Trafford this weekend, then at home to Everton next Sunday. And they will do so with aplomb, securing six points with performances of gusto and intelligence. In other circumstances it would be a triumphant stroll to the club’s first title in 20 years, Mikel Arteta’s side issuing a glorious reminder of the days when Arsene Wenger was at his peak as a tactician and motivator. It is a fresh and enticing storyline, centring on players like Bukayo Saka, Declan Rice and Martin Odegaard getting the reward their verve, skill and enthusiasm deserves.

Except it won’t happen. Not a chance.

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