Is it Man city or Arsenal’s title to lose? | The Nutmeg
By Guardian Exclusive
26 April 2023 | 10:04 am
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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