Premier League title race fixtures left after Arsenal beat Man United amid Man City battle

Leandro Trossard celebrates scoring for Arsenal against Manchester United

Arsenal have put themselves in the best possible position in the Premier League title race following victory away at Manchester United. Leandro Trossard grabbed the only goal of the game with Mikel Arteta's side, as has been a regularity this season, delivering an imperious defensive display.

Following a nervy opening 20 minutes, Arsenal took the lead when Kai Havertz, way beyond the United backline after being kept onside by Casemiro, picked out Trossard who touched home from a few yards out. Limited opportunities followed in the first half with Arsenal successfully stopping United from mounting any real attacks.

Declan Rice had a great chance to double the visitors' lead but he saw his goal-bound effort blocked by a diving Aaron Wan-Bissaka with Gabriel Martinelli also forcing Andre Onana into a wonderful save. Alejandro Garnacho was at the centre of numerous breakaways for United but he was wasteful in front of goal with one dangerous attack brilliantly thwarted by William Saliba.

Bukayo Saka departing with a potential injury was the only blemish on an otherwise splendid afternoon for Arsenal and Arteta, but the title race is still out of their hands. With that said, has taken a look at the three remaining fixtures for the two Premier League title rivals.

Everton - (H) - Sunday, May 19

Arsenal close out the season at the Emirates Stadium against Everton with the aim being to win the Premier League title. The Gunners picked up all three points at Goodison Park earlier in the season courtesy of a late goal from Trossard.

In recent months, the Toffees have drastically improved defensively and they will be aiming to take that into their season-closer. However, it must be said Arsenal have not significantly struggled to break down teams on home soil and a heavy victory could be needed if goal difference is needed to decide the champions.

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Tottenham (A) - Tuesday, May 14

The crucial game in the title race arrives in just a few days when Manchester City take on Tottenham. Arsenal's bitter rivals were due to play Man City earlier in the season however it was rearranged due to the latter's FA Cup progression.

Pep Guardiola's side broke an unwanted Tottenham Hotspur Stadium record earlier this season with his side finally winning in north London after four unsuccessful attempts. However, that was in the FA Cup which means their poor league record is still intact.

The Lilywhites may also still be chasing Champions League football in the clash which certainly gives it an added layer.

West Ham (H) - Sunday, May 19

If Man City are behind on goal difference, they will certainly fancy their chances to knock a few past West Ham on the final day. In their last two away games, the Hammers have conceded ten goals with it now confirmed manager David Moyes will leave at the end of the season.

The reigning champions beat West Ham 3-1 at London Stadium way back in September and they will fancy their chances to repeat a similar, if not more emphatic, result at Etihad Stadium.