Arsenal will meet Everton on the last day of the 2021/22 Premier League season, knowing they will not qualify for the Champions League. Takehiro Tomiyasu may not be available for the match, despite Mikel Arteta’s best attempts to beat the odds.
The right-back has been troubled by injuries all season and has just recently returned to the pitch after missing their most recent encounter for an extended amount of time.
Arsenal must beat Everton and hope that Norwich City, who have already been demoted, can upset Tottenham Hotspur, who are now in fourth place in the Premier League. This is due to Arsenal’s big goal difference deficit.
Things look to be getting considerably worse for Arteta, who will almost certainly be forced to play the last game of the season without Tomiyasu at the back of the defence.
During the course of his injury round-up program, injury specialist and contributor to Sky Sports Ben Dinnery had a look at the issue and said, “Big question marks over Takehiro Tomiyasu.” As a result of the hamstring injury that caused him to leave the game at St. James’ Park, I believe that he will not play again, and Cedric Soares will most likely replace him in the starting eleven.