Arsenal has won four consecutive Premier League games, defeating Southampton, West Ham United, Leeds United, and Norwich City. They are coming off a 5-0 demolition of Norwich City in their previous match. With 35 points after 19 games, they are presently fourth in the points standings. So far in the league, they have 11 victories, two draws, and six losses. With seven wins, one tie, and one loss in nine home games, they are in second place in the league. So far in the tournament, they’ve scored 32 goals and conceded 23 goals. Emile Smith Rowe was Arsenal’s top scorer, with eight goals to his credit. Takehiro Tomiyasu is questionable for Saturday’s match against Manchester City, while Sead Kolasinac, Calum Chambers, and Maitland-Niles are all out.
After a nine-game winning streak, Manchester City is riding high in the Premier League. They are currently in first place in the Premier League with 47 points after 19 games. They had two losses, two draws, and 15 victories in the league. They hold the league’s second-best away record, with 22 points in nine home games this season. They’ve scored 50 goals and conceded 12 in their first 19 Premier League games. 16 different players scored the 50 goals, with Bernardo Silva and Raheem Sterling leading the way with seven goals each, followed by Riyad Mahrez and Kevin de Bruyne with five goals each. Rodri, Kyle Walker, Samuel Edozie, Liam Delap, and Ferran Torres are all out, while John Stones is a doubt for the game against Arsenal.