The Gunners' 2-0 win at Southampton last night kept Arsene Wenger's hopes of a 21st successive spot in Europe's elite competition alive.
Fail to win and they will still be crowned champions if second-place Tottenham Hotspur do not better their result in Sunday's home game against Manchester United.
United's chances of breaking their way in are all-but gone after Sunday's 2-0 loss at Arsenal - although they are now in with a chance of Champions League qualification after reaching the final of the Europa League.
But the possibility of a 39th Prem fixture for both clubs remains.
Responsible for 20 league goals between them so far, Son Heung-Min 13/10 (2.30) and Christian Eriksen 11/5 (3.20) are also sure to provide a threat for a risky home team that has scored 56 times in their previous 18 matches in front of their own fans.
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He's also averaging over 10 assists per game, although he was held to a playoff low four assists in Game 5 on Wednesday. He continued to stay aggressive and drive to the basket, but for the most part was unable to get around his defender.
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That will happen for the first time in Premier League history if two or more teams finish tied on points, goals scored and goals conceded.
But, a-ha! The twist in the tale: if Liverpool drop points against West Ham or Middlesborough - not out of question given their patchy form this season - and Arsenal win their final three games against Stoke, Everton and Sunderland - also not out of the question given their recent form - then the teams could finish level on both points and goal difference.
Currently Jurgen Klopp's men can boast a four point lead over the Gunners.
Petr Cech, Arsenal's captain against Southampton after Mustafi replaced the injured Laurent Koscielny, added: "Recently we shot ourselves in the foot against Tottenham, because we did not get any points and obviously we left ourselves in the situation where we have to keep winning every game". We think about these things and this gives no space for complacency'.