West Ham have three reasons to help Arsenal win the Premier League title with Man City victory

Declan Rice and David Moyes with the Europa Conference League trophy at West Ham

Arsenal are looking for a favour from West Ham United on the final day of the Premier League season. The Gunners go into the final day two points behind Manchester City at the top of the table with City taking on the Hammers at home, while Arsenal host Everton.

All City need to do is win the final game to clinch a fourth straight title, but anything other than victory and three points for Arsenal would see the Gunners lift the crown for the first time in 20 years.

Arsenal looked to be all-but out of it when fierce rivals Tottenham lost 2-0 to City on Tuesday night. But unlike their north London rivals, West Ham might well have a bit more incentive to do the business against City than the Lilywhites did, which caused such consternation amongst fans and Spurs boss Ange Postecoglou. takes a look at the reasons why West Ham might turn on the style...

David Moyes' swansong

It will be David Moyes' final game in charge of West Ham, with Julen Lopetegui to take over ahead of the 2024/25 campaign. Moyes has been in charge for four-and-a-half seasons, on top of the half season he had in 2017/18 too, taking charge of 260 matches in east London.

Sunday's clash with Manchester City will be his 261st and last as the Hammers' head coach. It has been an amicable parting of the ways, with Moyes' contract running down and not being extended, but the players and the fans would surely love to give him the best send off by picking up three points in his final match.

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Doing it for Declan Rice

Hammers supporters will never have wanted Declan Rice to leave the club, but even the most staunch of supporters will have understood he had outgrown the club. And when £105million is put on the table, it's hard to turn down, no matter how much he means to them!

Rice has been an integral part of Arsenal's first team squad this season and proven his price tag already. He can win the Premier League title in his first season for the club and the team who made him and sent him on his way could do him massive favour.

Moyes and Arteta

While West Ham might want to do it for Moyes in his final game, Moyes himself may just want to do the business for his old skipper Mikel Arteta.

Arteta spent six-and-a-half years of his playing career at Goodison Park with Everton under Moyes that whole time. The final two years on Merseyside were spent as captain too and the pair built up a strong bond.

Arteta said in his pre-match press conference: "He's been instrumental and so important in my career, as a footballer and a person. He could help us to fulfil our dream and my personal dream to win the Premier League."