- Arsenal still have a chance of a top four finish thanks to Alexis Sanchez double.
- Top four race with go down to the wire but Arsene Wenger's side must beat seventh-placed Everton and hope Liverpool slip up at home to Middlesbrough on final day.
- Manchester City move into third place after comfortable win over West Brom.
- Gabriel Jesus, Kevin de Bruyne and Yaya Toure on target for Pep Guardiola's side.
Full-time: Manchester City 3-1 West Brom
Consolation goal for West Brom in the final few minutes at the Etihad. Allan Nyom is freed down the right and pings an inviting ball across goal, with Otamendi getting in a tangle as it passes him by. Robson-Kanu darts in behind him and hammers a sweet finish home.
Goal! Manchester 3-1 West Brom (Hal Robson-Kanu, 86)
Jesus comes close to adding a second for City after a terrific pass from Fernandinho but is denied not once but twice by Foster. Five minutes left at the Etihad.
Just as the Arsenal match wraps up, John Stones comes onto replace Kompany at the Etihad for the final 12 minutes or so. A goal from Pablo Zabaleta, who has also come off the bench, would go down a treat right now.
Thankfully, we still have a reason to follow the final day of the season now. Arsenal still have a chance to qualify for next season's Champions League, but they will need to beat Everton and Sunday and get a big favour from either Middlesbrough or Watford.
Full-time: Arsenal 2-0 Sunderland
Three minutes of time added on at the Emirates.
Off the bar! Mustafi reaches Ozil's corner but it comes back off the woodwork. Pickford actually got a fingertip to that; he's had a superb evening.
Ozil instead takes the free kick, floating it into the far post but it is cleared for a corner.
Iwobi bursts through the heart of Sunderland before NDong sticks out a leg to bring him down and give Sanchez the chance to seal his hat-trick from a free kick. Arsenal will also take this chance to make their final change, with Theo Walcott on for Giroud.
Sanchez is in for another! Ozil swings in a cross from deep that Giroud hooks back on goal, forcing another excellent save from Pickford. This time however, Sanchez is on the end of the rebound, tapping home from a couple of yards again for his second goal of the season.
Goal! Arsenal 2-0 Sunderland (Alexis Sanchez, 80)
Brilliant from Pickford. Iwobi cuts inside Larsson with ease and pings a shot across goal, drawing another instinctive save from the Black Cats goalkeeper who also manages to push it away from goal with Giroud lurking.
Another for City; and it's another very neat move from the hosts. Yaya Toure strides through the heart of West Brom, slowing down to play a neat-one two with Aguero who instantly returns the ball into his path. Without breaking stride, he coolly slots past Foster.
Goal! Manchester City 3-0 West Brom (Yaya Toure, 57)
Well, that's been coming. Arsenal finally break Sunderland's resistance and that will settle a few nerves the Emirates. The Black Cats allow Xhaka far too much time on the ball and he is able to pick of Ozil's darting run towards the near post. He meets his ball with a wonderful first-time flick across goal straight into the path of Sanchez, who taps home from a couple of yards out.
Goal! Arsenal 1-0 Sunderland (Alexis Sanchez, 71)
Ramsey looked like he might have picked up a knock prior to coming off. He's been Arsenal's best player tonight; that's a major worry with the FA Cup final looming.
Make that two Arsenal changes; Alex Iwobi is also on for Gibbs.
Here's the first Arsenal change of the evening; Danny Welbeck enters the fray to replace Aaron Ramsey.
Holding clips an inviting ball into the box that Giroud meets with a fine glancing header across goal, but it bounces inches wide from Cech's far post.
West Brom get us back underway at the Etihad.
Sanchez takes it, but his whipped effort takes a deflection off the wall and sails out for a corner.