Well, this is a little underwhelming.

After our Europa League exit at the hands of Atletico Madrid, the remaining games of our Premier League pale into comparison in terms of interest.

We still have enough to play for to garner interest. After all, we’re supporters, right?

First up is the fact that this game represents the last game Arsene Wenger will take charge of at home. The last one. Ever. No more.

So, the club have done the right thing and arranged a few special things to commemorate the occasion - and rightfully so. Whatever your opinion of the manager in his current state, one thing is for certain - we wouldn't have the memories we have without him.

Secondly, our opponent is Burnley - the only side that can overtake us and nab sixth spot. Now, this is the frustrating issue, the very fact we’re fighting for sixth spot is a real wake-up call. Still, we really do need to beat the Clarets and finish as high as possible. Seventh spot means a qualifying spot in the Europa League next season, which starts just after the World Cup ends. An early start like that can be hazardous to a team’s hopes.

Plus, we’ve got a fantastic home record to guard. So, getting back on track and forgetting about the huge disappointment in Madrid would be welcome!

We’ll have to do without a few regulars though.

Santi Cazorla is of course out, but the welcome sight of him light training on The Emirate spitch last week was good news indeed. Mohamed Elneny’s ankle isn’t as bad as first feared, but this match will be too soon for the midfielder.

Then there is Laurent Koscielny. The Frenchman suffered a torn achilles in Madrid, and the diagnosis is not good. He will miss the World Cup and looks to be out for six months.

That does mean a great run in the side for Calum Chambers, who is probably the long-term replacement for either Koscielny or Mustafi - dependant on the new manager of course. The young defender has done well recently and he did a sterling job keeping tabs on the Atleti attack.

Mesut Ozil is another matter. Our top earner gets more of the stick than the carrot when an underwhelming display has been put in, and his absences in the League have started to be questioned. The German should be available for this game, but another game where he is missing will raise more questions.

Burnley are punching well above their weight thanks to a fantastic keeper in Nick Pope, a defence that has earned an England call-up for James Tarkowski and an effective attack that is strong in the air and on the ground. We’ll have our hands full, but we do have the returning services of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who will truly stretch the Clarets backline. Throw in the form of Alexandre Lacazette and we have an attack that should keep us in the game.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan is one who could come into the side, it all depends on the fitness and readiness of Jack Wilshere and Aaron Ramsey. Both played on Thursday, and it’s likely that one or both could miss out, especially with Alex Iwobi and Mkhitaryan fit and raring to go.

Let’s make this game a win and the day a fitting one for Wenger.

Predicted Lineup - Ospina, Bellerin, Chambers, Mustafi, Monreal, Xhaka, Ramsey, Welbeck, Mkhitaryan, Iwobi, Aubameyang

Predicted Scoreline - 3-0 to The Arsenal