That will happen for the first time in Premier League history if two or more teams finish tied on points, goals scored and goals conceded.
The Gunners must win their last four games and hope Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United drop points in order to upset the odds and extend their Champions League qualification streak to 21 seasons.
His excellent form has seen him linked with Tottenham, Liverpool, West Ham and Newcastle, among others, but the 24-year-old is not thinking about anything beyond the end of the season.
The Potters have won just one of their last nine games as they cruise to a mid-table finish in the Premier League, and host an Arsenal side still chasing a Champions League spot on Saturday evening, live on Sky Sports 1 HD from 5pm.
"At the moment, we have consistency", Wenger said. Mahrez took it himself but slipped as he shot, kicking the ball against his standing foot and into the net.
"The referee was so courageous in making the decision", City manager Pep Guardiola said.
"What you see with Chelsea is that with the hard games when they don't play great, they still win even if it's just 1-0".
The win was just a second for Arsenal in seven away games.
Twelve of King's goals have come since the middle of January and the Norway forward is the biggest reason why Bournemouth can celebrate securing the highest finish in its 118-year history. "We want to thank the fans for this year as they've supported us in every home game and every away game and we want to give them the three points back".
And with the recent defeat to Palace and the dire goalless draw against Southampton last weekend, Wijnaldum does not have to look too far for the warning signs.
Shane Long blazed a penalty over the bar for Southampton, before Patrick Bamford reduced already-relegated Middlesbrough's deficit with his first Premier League goal.