If Arsene Wenger's team win or draw they will emulate Preston North End, who were only other English top flight club to finished the league season unbeaten -- the inaugural 1888-89 campaign when Queen Victoria was on throne and the season was a mere 22 games long.
It is going to be absolutely impossible to get tickets to tomorrow's Arsenal game. So I'm increasingly of the opinion that I shouldn't even bother trying to scalp them outside of Highbury. Which is frustrating, since I'm so close.
However between them official being given the Premier League title, and their becoming the first team in the modern era to go a whole season unbeaten, it looks unlikely that anyone will be willing to part with tickets at a price I can afford.