THE ST Totteringham's Day curse could be back today in time to conclude a dismal season for Tottenham.
But what is St Totteringham's Day? Here's all you need to know about the day Arsenal fans crave but Spurs fans hate.
What is St Totteringham's Day?
Celebrated annually by Arsenal fans, it is credited with the fan site ArseWeb, starting back in 2002.
It has been part of the mainstream media since around 2010.
It celebrates the day that Arsenal are mathematically certain of finishing above Spurs.
Should Arsenal defeat Brighton at home and Tottenham not win at Leicester St Totteringham's Day will return.
When is Arsenal vs Brighton and Leicester vs Tottenham?
- Arsenal vs Brighton and Leicester vs Tottenham are on Sunday, May 23.
- The matches both kick off at 4pm.
What TV channel and live stream are the games on?
Arsenal vs Brighton is live on Sky Sports Arena and Leicester vs Tottenham is on Sky Sports Football.
Sky Sports Arena begin their coverage 10 minutes before kick off at 3.50pm.
What is the Arsenal vs Brighton team news?
Hector Bellerin is a major doubt for Arsenal – in what could be his final game for the club.
Bellerin, 26, has spent eight years with Arsenal but he is expected to leave the Emirates this summer.
Boss Mikel Arteta is planning a transfer exodus and Bellerin is one of the names on the chopping block.
The full-back wants a new challenge in Europe and Arteta is eager to let him leave and land a new right-back to fill his boots.
Arsenal hope to raise as much as £35million for a player who still has two years to run on his contract — but may be forced to slash their asking price.
Arteta was quizzed on his future ahead of the game with Brighton but remained tight-lipped on the situation.
Reported by Arsenal's website, he said: "Hector is not fit [for Sunday] so he will not be playing the last time.
"Like everybody that has a contract, he remains here."
Calum Chambers is likely to fill his spot with Arsenal still within a shout of finishing seventh and qualifying for the Europa League.
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