Arsenal welcome Manchester City to the Emirates Stadium on Sunday and the match is a must win for both sides in their respective aspirations of earning a top four finish this season.
Arsenal Match Betting News
In what seems to be a constant reoccurrence, Arsenal’s campaign has collapsed once again during the business end of the campaign and a run of four defeats in five Premier League matches means that the Gunners are already out of the title race.
On current form, Arsenal look like they will struggle to even earn a place in the top four as usual and it goes without saying that manager Arsene Wenger will need his side to bounce back as soon as possible in order to avoid another fan revolt.
Doing so will certainly not be easy this weekend as Arsenal prepare to square off against Manchester City and the North London side clearly need to improve in order to claim anything from the encounter.
Santi Cazorla, Petr Cech, Kieran Gibbs, Mathieu Debuchy, Lucas Perez and Yaya Sanogo are all injury doubts for Arsenal heading into the encounter.
Manchester City Match Betting News
Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City have provided a lot of entertainment this season but their inconsistency as well as deficiency at the back have meant that the Citizens are not challenging for the title this season.
City are currently unbeaten in their last seven Premier League matches though and they will surely be looking to earn at least a runners-up position in the table ahead of Tottenham Hotspur.
City now prepare for an encounter against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday and it will be interesting to see if Guardiola’s men are able to pile more misery on the Gunners. Gabriel Jesus and Ilkay Gundogan remain the two injury concerns for City heading into the encounter.
Arsenal vs Manchester City Match Prediction
Arsenal have lost only once in their last eight encounters against Manchester City but that loss came earlier on this season at the Etihad Stadium.
The Gunners are currently in a terrible state and with so much negativity surrounding the place; it does look like Manchester City will be able to profit on Sunday.