EXPECTING COMFORTABLE WIN FROM MANCHESTER CITY

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The Premier League champions Manchester City have a superb record against Arsenal and they should be able to record another comfortable win against them today.

The Gunners difficult start to the Premier League new season looks set to continue in a dissaray for them as they are winless in their first two match without scoring any goals. The Mikel Arteta's men travel to Etihad Stadium to face champions Manchester City.

Pep Guardiola's men have recovered from the disappointment of losing their first game of the season at Spurs to beat Norwich comfortably last week and will be looking for another home victory today.

The Premier League champions boast a superb record against the Gunners and should be able to record another win against them this weekend

Arsenal's difficult start to the Premier League season looks set to continue this weekend with Mikel Arteta's side traveling to the Etihad Stadium to face champions Manchester City.

Pep Guardiola's men meanwhile recovered from the disappointment of losing their first game of the season at Spurs to beat Norwich comfortably last week and will be looking for another home victory.

The last time Arsenal win at Etihad Stadium was back at 2015 but apart from that Manchester City have won each of the last eight league match between these two sides.

The Gunners they did enjoy a morale-boosting 6-0 win in midweek in the Carabao Cup against WestBrom but am not sure that performance will guarantee them of victory against Blues when they meet at Etihad Stadium today.

I expect Manchester City to win this tie comfortably because of their fine form against the Gunners and the quality that they possess.



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