The Premier League title race is set to go down to the wire with Manchester City chasing table-toppers Arsenal and one key game could define both their seasons.
The Gunners currently sit eight points clear of Man City who have a game in hand on the league leaders.
Arsenal will be hoping to hold off Man City to claim their first title in 19 years
Mikel Arteta’s side are closing in on their first title since 2004 but with 10 games left this season, there is plenty of work still to do.
And they are yet to face a trip to face the Citizens who are more than used to dealing with the pressures of a title fight.
In the previous meeting at the Emirates in February, it was
Pep Guardiola’s men who came out on top.
Jack Grealish and Erling Haaland sealed a 3-1 win late on and City will be hoping to repeat that result. When is Man City vs Arsenal?
Man City host Arsenal at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday, April 26.
The game is scheduled to kick off at 8pm.
Both teams will have six matches left of the season after they meet meaning the result in Manchester will likely set up a thrilling end to the Premier League campaign.
City have beaten Arsenal in each of their last seven clashes at the Etihad while the Gunners have only won there once since 2010.
Man City won 3-1 in the previous meeting between the rivals at the Emirates
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Premier League title race run-in
Arsenal have the advantage in the title race but they have a difficult run-in as we head towards the end of the season.
Alongside the upcoming title clash at City, the Gunners also have to face
Liverpool and Chelsea as well as Newcastle and Brighton in their final few games.
They end the campaign with two more straight-forward looking games against Nottingham Forest and Wolves.
Premier League title race fixtures
Arsenal remaining fixtures
Leeds (H) – April 1
Liverpool (A) – April 9
West Ham (A) – April 16
Southampton (H) – April 21
Man City (A) – April 26
Chelsea (H) – April 29
Newcastle (A) – May 6
Brighton (H) – May 13
Nottingham Forest (A) May 20
Wolves (H) – May 28
Man City remaining fixtures
Liverpool (H) – April 1
Southampton (A) – April 8
Leicester (A) – April 15
Brighton (A) – April 23
Arsenal (H) – April 26
Fulham (A) – April 30
Leeds (H) – May 6
Everton (A) – May 13
Chelsea (H) – May 20
Brentford (A) – May 28
City, of course, are hoping that Arteta’s side slip up and hand them a shot at the title.
However, the Citizens also have to face the same standout opponents, taking on Liverpool and Chelsea as well.
They have six away games in their last ten fixtures while their final game is at Brentford.
Guardiola’s men may also struggle with fatigue and focus as they remain in three competitions whereas the Gunners are only in one.
a two-legged tie against Bayern Munich in the Champions League quarter-finals while also meet Sheffield United in the FA Cup semi-finals.
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