Arsenal Looking to Bounce Back Against Man City

Arsenal Looking to Bounce Back Against Man City

After two weeks of international football, English Premier League are set to provide exciting entertainment for the fans, especially since this upcoming weekend there are several top games, such as Arsenal’s battle against Manchester City.

Knowing both teams’ desire in finishing the season in that top four seat, that upcoming encounter should definitely attract plenty attention as aside from football lovers, those betting enthusiasts are also keen on placing their money.

Naturally, for those keen on placing cash for the game, its advised to check out trustworthy online betting sites for more information about both teams’ condition and also discovering all potential odds.

Getting back into the tie, home team, Arsenal are certainly keen on using their upcoming clash against Man City as an opportunity to get back on track following recent poor results.

However, as it was reported by BBC, a curious injury situation regarding Alexis Sanchez, who picked up an ankle injury during Gunners’ defeat against West Brom can provide problem for Arsene Wenger’s side.

Fortunately, for now there’s no strong indication that Sanchez will be absent from the upcoming tie, scheduled for Sunday, April 2 as the Chilean is currently playing for his national side.

Another issue that has been slightly disturbing Arsenal is the continuous uncertainty regarding Wenger’s future which seemingly creating huge unrest among the club’s fans.

According to Mirror, Gunners’ devotees from all over the world have mostly shown their disappointment over the veteran manager’s work this season, so another bad result this weekend can be really costly.

That’s why grabbing all three points are very important for Gunners’ this weekend as aside from getting themselves back into the top four seat, a victory can temporarily create calmness for the club.

Meanwhile, Man City themselves will be targeting nothing else aside from victory, especially since their recent Champions League exit which leave Pep Guardiola’s men an obligation to finish in that top four spot.

Sitting third in current standings, City’s situation in the league seems slightly better compared to their opponent this weekend, but that doesn’t mean that victory will come easier for the Etihad based outfit.

Still potentially without their Brazilian wonder kid, Gabriel Jesus, reports from Goal.com claimed that Raheem Sterling’s condition could also be in doubt as he was experiencing back issues during his international duty for England this weekend.

Nevertheless, Guardiola do  have plenty talent available up front to make up for potential absentees as the likes of Kevin De Bruyne, David Silva, Sergio Aguero remain a threat for any teams, including Arsenal.

Checking out at the latest odds, bookies are slightly favoring Man City in taking all three points from that tie with the probabilities for it being placed at 2.25.

As for Arsenal, their chance in grabbing a victory at home is being set at 2.95, which is still higher compared to a potential draw result placed at 3.60.