Every fixture ranked in the Premier League title run-in after Arsenal beat Bournemouth

Leandro Trossard and Declan Rice celebrate as Arsenal beat AFC Bournemouth

Arsenal have done their job this weekend in the Premier League title race after beating AFC Bournemouth 3-0 in the lunchtime kick-off.

The Gunners dominated proceedings but had to wait until the stroke of half time to open the scoring. Kai Havertz's trailing foot was caught by the Cherries goalkeeper Mark Travers with the penalty being awarded following a VAR review.

Bukayo Saka stepped up and nonchalantly scored. From there, Arsenal did not look back and they added a second through Leandro Trossard with 20 minutes remaining on the clock.

Man of the match Declan Rice completed the scoring deep into stoppage time with a close-range effort as Arsenal moved four points clear at the top of the Premier League. Following the early kick-off, has taken a look at the remaining fixtures which shall decide the title race.

Arsenal's fixtures

Manchester United (A) - Sunday, May 12

A trip to Old Trafford is never easy but the Gunners will fancy their chances considering how inconsistent Erik ten Hag's men have been this season. However, you only have to ask Liverpool fans to know that United could put up a staunch challenge to upset Mikel Arteta's men.

Everton (H) - Sunday, May 19

Ultimately, if Arsenal need a result on the last day of the season they should get it against Everton. The Toffees are already safe and will have nothing left to play for other than pride at the Emirates Stadium that day.

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Manchester City's fixtures

Wolverhampton Wanderers (H) - Saturday, May 4

After the Arsenal victory today, City will have a little added pressure heading into this clash. However, you would still expect them to win considering Wolves' poor form recently.

Fulham (A) - Saturday, May 11

On paper, this also looks straightforward but don't be fooled. Marco Silva's side will be looking to put on a show for their fans in their last home match of the campaign and Pep Guardiola will no doubt be wary of this.

Tottenham Hotspur (A) - Tuesday, May 14

This will be earmarked as Arsenal's best chance of City slipping up. They have a terrible record away at Tottenham and while Ange Postecoglou's side won't want to hand out a favour to Arsenal, they may need to considering their Champions League hopes are fading.

West Ham United (H) - Sunday, May 19

Like Arsenal, City will be confident that if they need to win on the last day of the season they will do so at home. West Ham could be out of European contention by then and the Blues very rarely slip up at the Etihad Stadium.