Much is at stake for both clubs as they face each other in the 37th round of the Premier League. Arsenal need important points to reach the fourth place and Champions League advancement, and Brighton are looking to secure their stay in the league.
Arsenal have been fierce at Emirates with 14 wins in 18 matches at their home. But with three recent losses — one being a 3-2 defeat on their own territory to Crystal Palace - nothing is certain, and the Gunners might slip.
Arsenal need at least one win in one of the last two fixtures to stay in the fight for fourth place.
Brighton have not been impressive away from home this season with 12 losses, 3 draws and 3 wins. Even though a win would save them from relegation, a draw could be helpful to put even more pressure on Cardiff, who have a tough away game against Man Utd.
And with two draws in the last three matches - and only just missing a third draw because of Eriksen’s late 88th-minute goal for Tottenham - Brighton can have high hopes at Emirates.