Tottenham scored a late victor once again to edge past Brighton on Tuesday night so they are third in the table on 70 points but Arsenal can climb above Chelsea into fourth and move to within one point of our north London rivals with a win this evening.
Wolverhampton Wanderers play in the Premier League against Arsenal at Molineux Stadium on Wednesday, with both sides hungry for a win.
Speaking at a news conference about the Palace result, he said: "We made mistakes that we usually don't make at home". You can take confidence from training, playing and, above all, when we win together or put on a big performance.
"I think United will play on the break too, because that is nearly the only way they can play at the moment".
Nuno's Wolves side however do not have a good recent record against Arsenal as they have not beaten the Gunners during the previous nine Premier League games played between the two teams.
With United hosting City at Old Trafford this evening and Chelsea just one point above us with one game less to play, victory tonight will be crucial in trying to secure a top four finish.
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Granit Xhaka should recover from a hip complaint in time for tomorrow's league trip to Wolves, but Arsenal manager Emery has vowed to mix up selection once again. I worked one thing here very quickly - we are playing against all of the teams and they want to battle us, fighting and playing with a big motivation.
Unfortunately they will travel to Molineuz without midfield pair Aaron Ramsey (hamstring) and Denis Suarez (groin) but there is some goof news on the injury front. "I prefer that as I think we need to be together".
The Gunners will take on Valencia in the Europa League semi-finals after beating Napoli over two legs.
Asked about seventh spot, Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo said: "It doesn't mean anything, you can repeatedly ask that but our aim is always the next game".
"We have got two loan players and bought (Dominic) Iorfa for £200,000 so therein lies the proof".