Tag: Manchester City vs Arsenal
Reiss Nelson picked up what was described a 'minor' injury following a clash of heads in training but that was 19 days ago, so where is he?
Gabriel Martinelli started for Arsenal against Manchester City but the forward had to be taken off with what seemed to be an ankle problem.
Alex Runarsson has deleted his Twitter account after abuse from fans following his poor showing in goal against Manchester City.
Arsenal care likely to bring in a creative midfielder in January but if we don't get another keeper we could be heading for even worse trouble.
How can Arsenal start scoring goals again and why Mesut Ozil can't fix things, now matter how much we'd all love him to
Mikel Arteta thinks Thomas Partey made a good cameo appearance against Manchester City, admitting they're easing him in right now.
Sergio Aguero will not face any retroactive punishment following Arsenal's game at the Etihad when the Manchester City man put his hands on the assistant referee.
Arsenal return from the international break with their third big-six away fixture in four matches so how will they lineup vs Manchester City?
Sergio Aguero is fully fit after his recent meniscus injury and should be in the squad to face Arsenal on Saturday, according to a report.
Arsenal are now looking likely to announce Kieran Tierney can take part in the match against Manchester City this weekend, according to a report.
At this stage, it's unlikely Kieran Tierney will be able to play for Arsenal in their game against Manchester City, according to a report.
Kevin De Bruyne is a doubt for the Manchester City match against Arsenal at the weekend, after withdrawing from the Belgium squad with an injury.
Three Arsenal players missed three days of training before the clash with Manchester City last week, after a positive COVID-19 test.
Pablo Mari won't play for Arsenal again this season, after reportedly suffering a serious ankle ligament injury in defeat to Manchester City.
Arsenal lost 3-0 at Manchester City and, while it wasn't great, it was mostly David Luiz's fault and wasn't going quite so badly until he got involved. So what did Mikel Arteta think about it all and what can we learn from his comments after the game?
Arsenal slipped to their usual 3-0 defeat against Manchester City on Wednesday, their first game back since the Premier League restart.
As Arsenal get ready to take on Manchester City, Mikel Arteta made it clear if Arsenal stand still this summer it will mean falling even further behind their rivals, especially with Chelsea set to go on a spending spree again.
Arsenal will wear an updated version of their third kit shirt on Wednesday, with tributes to the NHS and the Black Lives Matter movement.
The Premier League are making various 'Broadcast Enhancements' for football's return behind-closed-doors, so let's take a look at all of them.
Granit Xhaka is a doubt for the Arsenal match against Manchester City on Wednesday night, thanks to an ongoing injury problem.
It couldn’t be a more difficult start for the Gunners as they resume their Premier League campaign on Wednesday evening, with the team travelling to the Etihad.
Lucas Torreira and Calum Chambers will miss out on Arsenal's trip to Manchester City on Wednesday through injury, but they're reportedly the only two who will.
Arsenal will wear their dark blue third kit against Manchester City on Wednesday, with the hosts wearing their blue home kit.
Arsenal travel to Manchester City on Wednesday, as Premier League football prepares to return in its new format behind-closed-doors.
The Premier League have confirmed the officials to take charge of the match between Arsenal and Manchester City next Wednesday.
Ahead of Arsenal's trip to Manchester City next week, Pep Guardiola has finally named his successor to Mikel Arteta - Juanma Lillo.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang says Arsenal are ready to face Manchester City when the Premier League restarts next week, although he's not sure what impact playing in front of an empty stadium will have.
Arsenal will face Manchester City in the second match of the Premier League restart on June 17th, according to a report.
Arsenal will face Manchester City on the Premier League's new restart date of June 17th, according to the latest reports.
One of the consequences of the rescheduled clash between Arsenal and Manchester City is Pep Guardiola's side now have more time to get their best players fully fit.
Despite only deciding on the date for this game just one week ago, the Premier League have postponed Arsenal's game in Manchester with less than 24 hours notice due to the Corona virus as it takes hold in the UK.
Manchester City received a huge boost as both Leroy Sane and Kevin De Bruyne trained with ahead of their game against Arsenal.
Arsenal's new boy Pablo Mari who was on the books with Manchester City from 2016 - 2019 and before the two sides meet on Wednesday, he has been talking City regrets and his Arsenal future.
Arsenal face Manchester City in a rearranged fixture on Wednesday, on the back of a three-game winning run in the league.
Against Manchester City on Wednesday, Arsenal will get a set of match officials that does not involve Martin Atkinson, Mike Dean, nor Chris Kavanagh in what almost feels like a minor miracle.
Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne is expected to be fit for our game on Wednesday night after picking up a shoulder injury.
The Premier League are still only 'in talks' over reorganising the Arsenal fixture against Manchester City for next Wednesday, five days after the date became possible.