Man City v Arsenal Odds: Manchester City look to get back into title race with win at Etihad

mancityMan City are 5/6 favourites to defeat Arsenal in the latest Man City v Arsenal odds from the Etihad Stadum and bring themselves firmly back into the title race.

After notching up an impressive string of victories in the last few weeks, Manchester City could throw the title race wide open with a win against Arsenal on Saturday lunchtime.

The Citizens have been in sparkling form recently, both domestically and in Europe, and they have demolished the majority of sides on their own patch at the Etihad in recent weeks.

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Manuel Pellegrini’s side are six points behind the league leaders going into today’s game but could move to within three points should they get yet another home win.

After resting several key players in their midweek win against Bayern Munich, Pellegrini will turn to several of his regular stars such as Sergio Aguero and Yaya Toure to put the pressure on right from kick-off.

Summer signing Stevan Jovetic could also make a return in the game after the Montenegro winger successfully recovered from a calf problem that has kept him out of action since November’s international break.

Sergio Aguero will be keen to carry on his good scoring form in the league with the Argentinean striker currently second in the league’s scoring charts with 12 goals to his name.

Arsenal will be keen to get something from the game as The Gunners look to maintain their five point lead at the top of the standings.

Wenger will be certainly keen to get the maximum from the game and it means that the midfield duo of Jack Wilshere and Aaron Ramsey will return to the starting line-up having been rested in the 2-0 to Napoli on Wednesday night.

Bacary Sagna will also return to the starting line-up as he returns from a hamstring problem whilst Lukas Podolski could also earn a spot on the bench as the German international returns for the first time since September.

Arsenal still have the best away record in the Premier League this season but The Gunners will be out to end a disappoint recent run having failed to win their last two games in all competitions.

Saturday’s clash will also be an interesting fixture to watch considering that Manchester City have scored the most goals in the Premier League this season (41) whilst Arsenal have conceded the least (11) meaning that both sides could cancel each other out at Eastlands.

It’s very much all to play for in the early kick-off and both Manchester City and Arsenal know that a win would do both their title aspirations a huge boost going into the busy Christmas period.

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