Published: Sun, August 12, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Ian Wright makes bold Arsenal vs Man City prediction

Ian Wright makes bold Arsenal vs Man City prediction

Wenger's remarkable feats in the first half of his reign will stand the test of time, but few Arsenal supporters lamented his departure after 14 years without a league title.

Unai Emery says that he will decide his starting lineup tomorrow but it's un clear whether the club will release it right away but it will probably be shown an hour before the match starts on Sunday.

"Tomorrow you will see a team that will make it very hard for Man City to break them down".

"Now, when I say something to the players, they know exactly what we have to do". Arsenal are likely to welcome another debutant, the feisty but creative Lucas Torreira, in their deepest role.

Arsenal have turned to Unai Emery to replace Wenger at the north London side following the Frenchman's 22 seasons in charge.

Manchester City have only won two of their last nine visits to the Emirates, one of those wins though was last season's 3-0 victory where the Citizens were three goals ahead in the first 33 minutes.

Arsenal and Manchester City will meet on Sunday in the Premier League's marquee match of week 1.

"Emery has had longer with his team than anyone else - they've largely all been together for the whole of pre-season - and they could potentially cause an upset against City on day one".

"'They can do it, ' he told a news conference".

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"I know exactly what we did to achieve that and we start from there". He was in France, he was with many teams in Spain, so he has a lot of experience.

"'Maybe my advice is alright for me but it might not work for him. People spoke to me when I arrived saying it's like this or like that, but I discovered many things during the process, watching what happens'".

City set a host of records - including most points, most wins, most goals and biggest winning margin - as they powered to the Premier League title last term.

When it comes to team news, talkSPORT have had a go at predicting the side City will face.

Midfielder Aaron Ramsey is a doubt for the fixture. The Welshman just returned to training at the end of the week.

Laurent Koscielny (achilles) and Sead Kolasinac (knee) are both out with long-term injuries for the Gunners.

City impressed in last weekend's 2-0 Community Shield victory against Chelsea and could welcome back Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling from that group after they were given extra time off following Russian Federation.

Walker, Kompany and Stones should be fit after playing a part in the Community Shield but the likes of Raheem Sterling, De Bruyne and Silva may have to settle for places on the bench.

It's a good looking delivery that from Gough. and that's stumps for Sunday's media round-up!

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