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  1. Arsenal, currently leading the league, will clash with Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday afternoon. This highly anticipated match could have a significant impact on the Premier League title race as we approach the final stages of the 2023-24 season.


Despite being tied on points with Liverpool, Mikel Arteta’s team holds the top spot due to goal difference and is just one point ahead of the defending champions.


Manchester City will be facing Arsenal today in a crucial Premier League title clash at the Etihad Stadium. Shortly after Liverpool takes on Brighton at Anfield, the third-placed team will be welcoming the league leaders.


Arsenal will be traveling to Manchester to battle it out with City in a highly anticipated match that could have a significant impact on the title race as the 2023-24 season nears its conclusion.


Arsenal currently holds the top spot in the league, just edging out Liverpool on goal difference, while City trails closely behind with only a one-point difference.


Arsenal could potentially extend their lead over Man City to four points by securing their first win at the Etihad Stadium since January 2015.


Arsenal defeated Brentford 2-1 in their previous league match, while Man City drew 1-1 against Liverpool before advancing to the FA Cup semi-finals with a 2-0 victory over Newcastle United.


The outcome of this match could significantly impact the title race, especially if Arsenal can break their nine-year winless streak at City’s home ground.


Despite Arsenal’s impressive eight-game winning streak in the league, Man City remains a formidable opponent, having last suffered a defeat in December.


Pep Guardiola’s team has not lost a match since December, which means that even though Arsenal has won their last eight league games, they are not considered the favorites for this upcoming game. However, Mikel Arteta has previously defeated his former mentor in a 1-0 win earlier this season and in the Community Shield last summer.


In his pre-match press conference, Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta mentioned that there is a possibility that Bukayo Saka, Gabriel Magalhaes, and Gabriel Martinelli will be fit and ready to play in Sunday’s crucial match at the Etihad, which could potentially determine the title.


Saka had to withdraw from the England squad due to a minor muscle issue, while Magalhaes was unable to participate in Brazil’s national team activities because of an Achilles problem. Martinelli has been out of action since the beginning of the month when he injured his foot during a 6-0 victory against Sheffield United.


Additionally, Takehiro Tomiyasu and Thomas Partey are expected to be available for selection after featuring in a behind-closed-doors friendly against Queens Park Rangers during the international break. The only major long-term absentee for Arsenal remains Jurrien Timber, who is still recovering from an ACL injury.


Potential Arsenal starting lineup: Raya; White, Saliba, Gabriel, Zinchenko; Odegaard, Jorginho, Rice; Saka, Havertz, Martinelli.


Manchester City’s lineup for their upcoming match may see some changes due to injuries. Defenders John Stones and Kyle Walker are both doubtful as they sustained injuries while on international duty.


However, there is good news as Manuel Akanji, Matheus Nunes, and Kevin de Bruyne have all been declared fit to play. Additionally, Brazilian goalkeeper Ederson is expected to start in goal after recovering from a muscle injury. Here is the possible Manchester City starting XI: Ederson; Lewis, Dias, Akanji, Ake; Silva, Rodri, De Bruyne; Foden, Haaland, Doku.