Manchester City vs Arsenal: Potential lineup, team news, injury, suspension

Manchester City and Arsenal will be facing each other in the Premier League on Sunday.

City manager, Pep Guardiola had stuck with the same team for three games in a row at the end of September and start of October.

Manchester City and Arsenal will be facing each other in the Premier League on Sunday.

City manager, Pep Guardiola had stuck with the same team for three games in a row at the end of September and start of October.

But Guardiola left his key players, David Silver and Kyle Walker on the bench in Napoli on Wednesday and still saw his side record an impressive victory.

Defending duo, Benjamin Mendy and Vincent Kompany will miss out on the Arsenal clash with their injuries, although Mendy will arrive back in Manchester on Saturday.

Belgium’s Kompany is also close to a return to training but in some way off full fitness.

Neither Manchester City nor Arsenal has any suspensions.


Manchester City and Arsenal will be facing each other in the Premier League on Sunday.

City manager, Pep Guardiola had stuck with the same team for three games in a row at the end of September and start of October.

But Guardiola left his key players, David Silver and Kyle Walker on the bench in Napoli on Wednesday and still saw his side record an impressive victory.

Defending duo, Benjamin Mendy and Vincent Kompany will miss out on the Arsenal clash with their injuries, although Mendy will arrive back in Manchester on Saturday.

Belgium’s Kompany is also close to a return to training but in some way off full fitness.

Neither Manchester City nor Arsenal has any suspensions.

David Silver and Walker could return to the line-up after being rested in Napoli on Wednesday.

Man City possible XI: Elderson, Otamendi, Stones, Delph, Walker, Silver, Fernandinho, De Bruyne, Sane, Jesus, Sterling.

For Arsenal, there’s a number of injuries to contend with.

Sead Kolasinac is doubtful with a hip injury, while centre-back Shkodran Mustafi, forward Danny Welbeck, playmaker Santi Cazorla and defender Calum Chambers are all out.
Back-up goalkeeper David Ospina and out-of-favour forward Lucas Perez will play no part, either.

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