It’s time for yet another episode of the clash between Manchester City and Arsenal.
Just that this time around, it comes with a number of different twists and turns.
Asides being played on a Wednesday, it’s a chance for both teams to take advantage of their game-in-hand and earn more points. The game that was postponed because of Manchester’s City’s EFL Cup commitments will now be played this week.
While Champions League games are being played, Pep Guardiola will host his former assistant, Mikel Arteta at the Etihad Stadium. Both sides seem to have enjoyed the same kind of run in their recent games.
Both Man. City and Arsenal have lost just once in their last five games respectively. With five wins each in their last six, this game should be a fairly-balanced one between both sides that are enjoying a fine form.
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However, an Arsenal win has been priced at 8.50 odds on NairaBET. Can the Gunners defy all odds and win this game? Which of these two teams will win?
Their Manchester derby loss has poured some cold water on their five-game winning run.
In the space of 31 days, they’ve lost twice, compared to an Arsenal side that has only lost one game this year. Despite this, Man. City still remain a formidable opposition for any side.
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Guardiola will be bolstered by the return of Kevin de Bruyne and Leroy Sane. More importantly, the Citizens will be fueled by their fine record against Arsenal.
Arsenal have only defeated Man. City once in their last 10 meetings. Of the remaining nine, only two ended in a draw, with City coming out on top seven times.
The Gunners have played 13 games this year. And they have only lost once, winning six and drawing six times.
It’s a fairly balanced run of form for a side that is chasing a European spot this season. However, with the season quickly running to an end, now is the time to do more.
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To achieve that, they have to score more than their current season average of one goal per away game, having scored 14 in their last 13 PL away games.
The Gunners have not lost an away game since November. Getting a draw from this game will be a huge morale boost for Arsenal.
Both sides need the maximum points from this game for obvious reasons. However, which of these teams do you think wants it more? Join the conversation by dropping your comments.