You can also listen via the talkSPORT app, on DAB digital radio, through your smart speaker and on 1089 or 1053 AM. talkSPORT. com will also have a dedicated live blog. It’s getting tight at the top Arsenal v Man City: Team news The hosts remain without Gabriel Jesus as the striker continues his recovery from knee surgery. Reiss Nelson, Emile Smith Rowe and Mohamed Elneny are also expected to miss out. City will come up against their former midfielder turned left-back Oleksandr Zinchenko. The Ukraine international was a popular figure at the Etihad Stadium and has proved an inspired signing for Arsenal.
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Arsenal had a player sent off in both Premier League meetings with Manchester City last season (Granit Xhaka away, Gabriel home). Only against Newcastle between 2010 and 2011 have the Gunners had a red card in three consecutive Premier League games. Arsenal have lost their last eight Premier League games against reigning champions, conceding at least two goals each time (6 of those vs Manchester City).
“The team, the club and where we are. For me beating one manager or another, it’s not about that. It’s about beating the next opponent and in this case it’s Man City. ” Arsenal v Man City: Match facts Arsenal have lost their last 10 Premier League games against Manchester City, their longest losing run against an opponent in their league history. Manchester City have won their last six away games against Arsenal in all competitions, as many as they had in their previous 61 visits to the Emirates/Highbury combined (D18 L37). No team has ever won seven consecutive away games against the Gunners before. Manchester City are the only side Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has failed to beat in the Premier League, losing all five of his meetings with them.
Erling Haaland is the main injury concern for City after the Norwegian only managed 45 minutes against Villa. But he was involved in a recovery session with a number of City teammates on Monday leading to fresh hopes that he can feature. The Norway striker has hit 25 goals in 21 league appearances since joining City in the summer. John Stones is still out with a thigh problem. Arsenal v Man City: What has been said? Pep Guardiola has told his Manchester City players not to give up their Premier League title without a fight He said in his pre-match press conference: “The biggest motivation is that I don’t want to drop the Premier League just because we are not who we are. “If they beat us because they are better then this is sport, I’ll be the first to congratulate them, as I’ve always done. But not because we are not there. You want it? OK, fight.
Meanwhile, Pep Guardiola’s side are under scrutiny from the Premier League after over 100 alleged financial breaches and responded to their 1-0 defeat against Tottenham with a 3-1 win over Aston Villa. However, Erling Haaland was withdrawn at half-time with a thigh problem and is a doubt. This match was meant to be played in October but had to be postponed after Arsenal’s Europa League fixture against PSV Eindhoven was rearranged due to Queen Elizabeth II’s death. But finally, the top two teams in the country are set to clash in what will be a season-defining game. Arsenal v Man City: Date and how to follow This huge Premier League clash is set to take place on Wednesday, February 15. Kick-off at the Emirates is scheduled for 7:30pm.
Arsenal v Man City LIVE: Haaland a doubt for massive title clash at the EmiratesArsenal will finally host Manchester City this evening as the Premier League’s top two meet at the Emirates for a massive clash. The Gunners have been the runaway leaders at the top, but after a defeat and a draw in their last two, the defending champions can pass Mikel Arteta’s men with a win. GETTY Could Arteta beat his former boss to the title? Arsenal are yet to lose at home in the league this season but have lost their last ten top-flight games against Manchester City.
Take it. It’s in our hands. “We’ll defend this title until the last day. This is what I’d like. To fight to the maximum to try to retain the title. If we don’t, accept it, but we need to give our best. My players have to feel that every day. ” Getty Haaland is a doubt to feature Meanwhile, Mikel Arteta is putting his friendship with Guardiola to one side. The former Man City assistant boss has yet to best Guardiola in a league meeting but insists it is about Arsenal beating City rather than any personal pride being at stake. “For me it’s the team, ” Arteta said.
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