Manchester City vs Arsenal Live Streaming #MCIARS – Ilkay Gundogan made a rapid recovery from a shoulder problem to start Manchester City’s demolition of Norwich last weekend.
Phil Foden is still sidelined for Pep Guardiola’s side and Belgium manager Roberto Martinez has revealed Kevin De Bruyne won’t play this weekend.
Aymeric Laporte looks set for a run in the first-team as John Stones works his way back from an extended break.
Gabriel Jesus impressed from a wide position against Norwich but Raheem Sterling and Riyad Mahrez are both pushing for recalls on Saturday.
Alexandre Laczette, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Martin Odegaard are all available for Arsenal, though only the latter two are expected to start here.
Aubameyang looks safe to lead the line after scoring a hat-trick against West Brom on Wednesday night. Emile Smith Rowe may have to play out wide with Odegaard in the No.10 position.
Nicolas Pepe is on standby after Bukayo Saka took a heavy knock to his knee against West Brom. He was able to finish the match, however.
Mikel Arteta has confirmed Ben White will miss out once again in a blow for the Gunners.
Pablo Mari had a nightmare against Chelsea last weekend and it wouldn’t be a complete surprise if he was dropped here.
Kieran Tierney wasn’t risked in midweek but should recover in time to start at the Etihad. Aaron Ramsdale is not expected to displace Bernd Leno in goal just yet.
Manchester City vs Arsenal Live Streaming
#MCIARS – EPL
Sat, 28th 12:30