Simon Brotherton: "It promises to be quite an occasion, with Huddersfield supporters celebrating their team's survival in the Premier League while Arsene Wenger takes charge of Arsenal for the last time".
Neville was part of the Manchester United team which regularly battled with Wenger's Arsenal during the 1990s and 2000s and has regularly commentated on his teams after becoming a pundit.
The Gunners have a miserable record on the road in the Premier League this season to limit their ability to challenge for a top-four finish.
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"He now deserves the most incredible send off from all in the coming weeks. But my last pain, the last big defeat, is that [Atletico Madrid]". "Because when you come out of these two games and you think you are out of the semifinal of the Europa League, when you come out of the first leg with 1-1 and it should be 3-0, it is what you would like to change".
Huddersfield have failed to score in 20 of their 37 league matches this season.
Wenger played supervised 1228 games and won 704 in his 22-year-reign as Arsenal's manager, winning seven FA Cups and seven Community Shields.
Former Arsenal players Patrick Vieira and Thierry Henry are among the names linked with replacing Wenger, while Luis Enrique and Massimiliano Allegri also reportedly in contention.
When the German took charge in November 2015 the Terriers were 18th in the Championship and their prospects of becoming a Premier League club anytime soon were about as promising as their new manager's chances of being recognised in the street.
German star Mesut Ozil gave out £30,000 of his own cash to win an exclusive "Invincibles" watch at Arsenal's charity ball, The Sun reports.
"Aubameyang is sharp, he's quick", Campbell said of the striker, who has returned an impressive nine goals in 12 league appearances.