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'Pukki time': Kevin Campbell has just made his final prediction on Tottenham and Arsenal's top four battle

The Premier League season has come down to the final day when it comes to the top four race, with Arsenal and Tottenham battling it out.

Spurs hold the upper hand as they head into a clash with Norwich City two points in front of their big rivals. Arsenal, meanwhile, must beat Everton at home and then hope that the Canaries can do them a huge favour at Carrow Road.

Of course, most people expect Tottenham to cruise to three points and in the end, it means whatever Arsenal do will be of little relevance come 6pm tonight. Everyone seems to have been having their say on the outcome this week, and former Arsenal man Kevin Campbell is the latest to have his say.

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Speaking on Sky Sports just a short time ago, Campbell admitted that while he hopes for a Teemu Pukki masterclass, he just cannot see anything other than a Spurs win.

“I would love a bit of Pukki time. But I just don’t see it. A bit of Pukki time at Norwich, but I just don’t see it happening now. I think Spurs have got that position in their own hands, Arsenal had it, couldn’t do it, so I think Spurs will finish fourth above Arsenal,” Campbell said live on Sky.

Arsenal are still expected to spend big, however. Mikel Arteta could even get around £250m to splash out, if reports this week are true.

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The Gunners will more than likely see off Everton today. The Toffees will have had a week of celebrating after staving off relegation and they will head into today lacklustre you’d imagine.

Arsenal will see them off, but unfortunately for them, they won’t be able to affect Norwich beating Spurs. If Dean Smith’s men do beat Tottenham, it will be one of the shocks of the decade, not just this season.

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