Arsenal took home all three points on Sunday afternoon at the Emirates in the first match since the news of Arsene Wenger's departure at the end of the season broke.
MARTIN SAMUEL AT THE EMIRATES STADIUM: The first rule of showbusiness. Always go out on a good gag. Arsene Wenger did on Sunday with three points to start his farewell tour.
Arsene Wenger will begin to say goodbye to Arsenal fans when the Gunners take on West Ham United at the Emirates Stadium to help kick off Sunday's Premier League action. Follow all the action here
It's not all about Arsene Wenger this weekend - we've got the FA Cup semi-finals as well as more crunch clashes in the Premier League. Here's our game-by-game betting guide.
PETER CROUCH: It still hurts now. You’d think after nearly 20 years as a professional footballer that dealing with setbacks would get easier but it doesn’t. In all honesty, it never will.
West Ham defender James Collins is not ready to return from his hamstring injury, while Winston Reid, Michail Antonio, Sam Byram and Pedro Obiang are long-term absentees.
Four years is a long time in football. And West Ham youngster Declan Rice has showed just how much can change in a short period of time with his latest tweet on Wednesday.
Looking back through the Premier League teams of the season since the competition began in 1992 reads like a who's who of English football over the last 26 years.
Joe Hart's horror show at the London Stadium on Monday night has led us to ask our reporters which three keepers should go to the World Cup and who should start as No 1?
Andy Carroll admitted the point he snatched for West Ham against Stoke could be vital but insisted: 'We're not safe yet'. A 1-1 draw left the Hammers seven points above the Premier League drop zone.