Arsène Wenger has confirmed that his side will form a guard of honour for the new champions, though there'll be no standing on ceremony when the action actually gets underway. Arsenal are currently third, though will drop below Chelsea and Tottenham and outside the Champions League places if said duo win their games in hand.
Arsenal will be hoping that Manchester United will ease up after they sealed the title, though winning their remaining games would ensure that United set a new Premier League points record. They could make changes to the team which beat Aston Villa last Monday, with Tom Cleverley, Nani, Danny Welbeck and Javier Hernández likely to start.
Darren Fletcher, Paul Scholes and Ashley Young will definitely play no part -- they are out injured. For Arsenal, Łukasz Fabiański, Abou Diaby and Ryo Miyaichi are also unavailable with injury, as well as striker Olivier Giroud, who has a three match ban.
Arsenal injuries and suspensions
Out: Olivier Giroud (suspended), Łukasz Fabiański (ribs), Abou Diaby (knee), Ryo Miyaichi (ankle) In doubt: None
Manchester United injuries and suspensions
Out: Paul Scholes (knee), Ashley Young (ankle), Darren Fletcher (illness) In doubt: None
Match Date\Time: Sunday, 4 p.m. local, 11 a.m. ET
Venue: Emirates Stadium, London, England
TV: Fox Soccer Channel (U.S. English), FOX Deportes (U.S. Spanish), Sky Sports 1/HD (U.K.)
Online: Fox Soccer 2Go