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November 3rd,2017 BY

Manchester City vs Arsenal (5th November)


Manchester City vs Arsenal: Premier League

Manchester City vs Arsenal: Premier League

Manchester City is already title favorites this season after only 9 games. Pep’s side is undefeated in the Premier League, ahead of second place Manchester United by 5 points. Arsenal is 9 points off the current league leaders.

A win for City in this game will increase the difference to 12 points after just 11 games. A win for Arsenal will reduce the deficit to 6 points. Tottenham, Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpool, etc. will be hoping for City to drop points. 


Etihad Stadium on the 5th of November, 2017. Kick-off at 2.15 p.m. GMT.


Manchester City: WWWWW

The City has yet to lose a game this season and have drawn in just one game. They have also scored 32 goals (10 more than next best United) averaging more than 3.5 goals a game.  

Arsenal: WLWWD

Arsenal has had a shaky start to the season. Inconsistency in defense has left the team wanting from time to time. Arsenal has scored 17 goals while conceding 12 (+5).

Head To Head

Manchester City: 47

Draws: 44

Arsenal: 86

Key Players

Sergio Aguero

Has scored 20 or more goals in the Premier League in the last three seasons. This season, Aguero has scored 7 goals in 7 appearances for Manchester City this season. Expect him to keep his form going forward and score in this game.

Alexis Sanchez

Sanchez has started this season slowly with two goals in 7 starts. This is most likely his last season at the club unless Arsenal decides to sell him in the January transfer window. Expect him to create an impact by assisting and maybe scoring.


Manchester City: 13/20

Draw: 14/5

Arsenal: 9/2

Predicted Result

This will be a game of high intensity between the two sides. Once the whistle blows, stats hardly matter. Manchester City does have the odds and the pundits are recommending that you put your money on City. Expect the blue side of Manchester to win this one 4-2 in a high scoring thriller.

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