Arsenal vs Man City preview: Can Ljungberg outfox Guardiola tactically?
By Guardian Exclusive
14 December 2019 | 6:40 am
Solomon Fowowe looks at the Arsenal vs Man City match and probable strategies each coach might deploy. Can Ljungberg outfox Guardiola tactically?
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Ayomide Sotubo and Hurrikane Andrew on The Nutmeg today talk about: - Fatai Osho's dramatic U-turn on Rivers United - EPL Title Race: 8 games to go, nine for City. Who wins the race?
The title race comes down to Manchester City entertaining Arsenal at the Etihad Stadium and it promises to be electric and dramatic. Here, we preview the game for you. Ayomide Sotubo speaks on the Nutmeg.
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