Manchester City v Arsenal – 26 April
Manchester City and Arsenal meet in a match that could decide who wins the Premier League title this season.
City are in great form, having won six of their last six home Premier League fixtures by at least a two-goal margin, even though only two of them came with a clean sheet.
Arsenal, on the other hand, has seen their lead at the top of the table diminish after three consecutive draws, two of them after going 2-0 up inside 30 minutes.
A loss here could put an end to their title chances, even though they have gone unbeaten in their last five away league games.
The game promises to be exciting, with players such as Riyad Mahrez, Gabriel Jesus, and Gabriel Martinelli expected to play crucial roles.
Mahrez has made three goal contributions in his last four Premier League appearances against Arsenal, as well as notching an FA Cup semi-final hattrick last weekend vs Sheffield United.
We know what Pep Guardiola is like with his team selection, though – the Spaniard may not even start Mahrez, opting possibly for Grealish, Alvarez and Haaland.
Gabriel Jesus and Gabriel Martinelli have scored twice within the first 30 minutes across Arsenal’s last three games. Jesus also has an impressive 4 goals in his last 7 appearances sice returning from injury vs Fulham on 12 March.
Martinelli is in scintillating form for the Gunners, recording 12 goal contributions in his last 12 games (8G, 4A), but it is a tough task against a City team that have the second best defence in the league only conceding 28 goals.