Manchester City face Arsenal in the semifinal of the English FA Cup today at Wembley in a highly anticipated match, MySportDab reports.
Some have described it as the battle between master and his student because Mikel Arteta worked as Pep Guardiola’s assistant manager for three seasons.
Meanwhile, Arsenal are hoping to win their 14th FA Cup title and deny Manchester City the chance to retain the title.
Arsenal are in great confidence after a recent 2-1 win against Liverpool at the Emirates.
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Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero remains unavailable after a knee surgery, while Claudio Bravo and Joao Cancelo are not exactly fit.
At Arsenal, Goalkeeper Bernd Leno (knee injury), Gabriel Martinelli (knee injury), Calum Chambers (knee injury), Pablo Mari (ankle) and Mesut Ozil are all ruled out.
Matteo Guendozi is unlikely to plah and Edward Nketiah remains suspended.
Manchester City and Arsenal have so far played 198 matches against each other and City have won just 57 over the last few years.
But Arsenal still have 96 wins in the match, only one in their last 10 games against Manchester City.
City have won the last seven matches between these two clubs across all competitions, scoring st least three goals.
Arsenal Vs Manchester City Kick-off?
The FA Cup match starts at 7:45pm (UK/Nigeria time).
Predicted Arsenal XI: Martinez, David Luiz, Holding, Bellerin, Tierney, Ozil, Xhaka, Ceballos, Aubameyang, Saka, Pepe.
Manchester City Predicted XI: Ederson, Walker, Otamendi, Fernandinho, Mendy, Silva, Rodri, De Bruyne, Jesus, Sterling, Mahrez.
Referee: Jonathan Moss.
Assistant: Marc Perry & Simon Bennett.
Fourth Official: Paul Tierney.
VAR: Craig Pawson, AVAR: Gary Beswick