So, the last ever match with Arsene Wenger as Arsenal manager is upon us. After over two decades, this season-finishing Premier League match versus Huddersfield Town is the final game with the Frenchman in the dugout.

In terms of league position, there is very little to play for,, for both teams. We are sixth no matter the result, and the Terriers secured safety in midweek.

We do have the unenviable record of the worst away record in 2018 in English pro football though. No wins on the road is something that would be quite nice to rectify - and as this is the last game of the season - and Arsene’s swansong - I think there will be goals in this.

Huddersfield performed quite brilliantly in snatching a point against Chelsea, and their valiant rearguard action was the reason they clawed to safety. We will need to pierce that backline if we want to get that precious away win, but it isn’t our attack that causes concern.

Our attack is in rude health, and with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette in fine form, with Henrikh Mkhitaryan showing his skills, we have a frontline that is equipped to cause pain to the opposition.

I’m sure we will score - even is Jonas Lossl in the Terriers goal again has a superhuman performance like he did in denying Chelsea - but our defence can offer no assurances.

Huddersfield will use their aerial threat to cause us grief, and with an inexperienced backline bereft of Laurent Koscielny, we should be worried - very worried.

Not that Calum Chambers, Rob Holding and Konstandinos Mavropanos are bad defenders. Quite the contrary in fact, but the way our team defends as a whole is shocking, and is shown up regularly - especially during away games.

Our last match - the 3-1 loss to Leicester, was spoiled by some questionable officiating, but we have not been good enough on the road and our record is pure evidence of this.

Can we finally get that away win and end Wenger’s tenure the way it should end? With a win?

The media are reporting that Jack Wilshere is close to agreeing a new deal, but will he play this game after his wife gave birth to their daughter mere days ago? With Granit Xhaka and Aaron Ramsey having played on Wednesday, rotation may come into play and Jack could grab a spot, although seeing as it’s the last game of the season, keeping fresh legs seems pretty pointless.

Our attack could have three strikers included, if Wenger continues with Lacazette and Aubameyang together. Danny Welbeck could complete the triumvirate, ably supported by Mkhitaryan. Alex Iwobi is the other option.

Huddersfield can relax knowing their Premier League status is confirmed, so this game could be very open indeed. That would play right into our hands, and with the corresponding fixture being a 5-0 win to us, the pointers are looking to an Arsenal win.

This is at the John Smith Stadium though, not The emirates, and the contrast that brings, ruins any sort of optimism we may have. On home form alone, we are second only to Man City. On away form, we still wouldn’t be safe from relegation.

After so long with Arsene as our manager, this is the final game with him in charge. It will be poignant, and hopefully we can end it the right way.

Predicted Lineup - Cech, Bellerin, Chambers, Holding, Monreal, Xhaka, Ramsey, Welbeck, Mkhitaryan, Aubameyang, Lacazette

Predicted Scoreline - 3-0 to The Arsenal