After an action packed midweek of European football in which qualification for the knockout stages where sealed, it is time for domestic commitment to take centre stage.
Two teams under pressure will go head-to- head in what looks a cracking Premier League contest as Arsenal host Manchester City on Sunday.
Pep Guardiola’s side could find themselves 17 points behind league leaders Liverpool by the time they kick off if the Reds manage to beat Watford later today.
While Arsenal will be looking to put the pressure on the likes of Chelsea, Spurs, Wolves, in the race for a Champions League qualification spot.
However, City have won the last four Leaguemeetings: Guardiola’s side won 2-0 at theEmirates last August and 3-1 at the Etihadback in February.
And Dockaysworld writers have predicted there will be goals this time around too.
Here is what they have to say…
Odiase Osayande- Arsenal 1-3 Man City
I see City being far too strong for them as they aim to keep up the pressure on leaders Liverpool who should dispatch a Watford side Languishing in 20th Position.
Pep will be fully aware that Liverpool wrapping up another three points would leave him 17pts behind them and failure to pick up maximum points at the Emirates could spell the end of his title defence before Christmas.
Arsenal still look vulnerable defensively and I feel City’s attack should be too much for them to contain.
Amadin Ogbewe- Arsenal 2-2 Man City
It will be a major shock if there are no goals in this particular game.
Pep Guardiola’s team looked back to their fluent, lethal best at Zagreb on Wednesday and With Arsenal comebacks against Westham and in Europe, it’s certain they will score goals.
so I will stick out for a draw.
Agbonma Jason- Arsenal 1-2 Man City
City were fabulous at Zagerb, their movement and passing was out of this world.
They’ve got defensive frailties but going forward they can blow teams away.
I loved Arsenal fighting Spirit against Westham on monday, Aubameyang was great, but I just think City will have too much.
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