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Where To Watch Man City v Arsenal in Ireland - Everything You Need To Know

Where To Watch Man City v Arsenal in Ireland - Everything You Need To Know

After a long wait, two of England's biggest clubs resume their Premier League campaigns at the Etihad Stadium today . With the away side badly in need of three points, we've got all the details on where to watch Man City v Arsenal in Ireland right here.

Where To Watch Man City v Arsenal

The game will kick off at 8:15 pm on Wednesday and will be broadcast on Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main Event & Sky Sports Ultra HD.

Man City v Arsenal team news

Man City

The home side has a clean bill of health with Leroy Sane, Aymeric Laporte, Kevin De Bruyne, and Sergio Aguero and returning to action.

Arsenal

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For the Gunners Sead Kolasinac, Kieran Tierney and Cedric Soares and Lucas Torreira are all back in contention to make the first team following spells on the sidelines. Calum Chambers remains out of action with a knee injury he picked up against Chelsea in December.

What's on the line?

Manchester City

Second-placed Manchester City have very little left to play for this season. The club are 25 points behind leaders Liverpool and 12 points ahead of fifth placed Manchester United. City's position means their title ambitions are all but finished while only an astonishing collapse would see them miss out on a Champions League place. City also have a game at hand on both teams, though the club are waiting to find out if their two-year Champions League ban from UEFA will be upheld.

Arsenal

Arsenal, however, have it all to play for. After being knocked out of the Europa League by Olympiakos in February, reaching fourth place is the club's last chance of playing Champions League football next season. Currently, the London side lies in ninth position, eight points of fourth-placed Chelsea but with a game at hand. The situation is looking bleak for Arsenal as they have by far the hardest set of remaining fixtures out of the teams vying for a top-four finish. After facing City, the club will eventually take on Wolves, Leicester, Spurs, and Liverpool before the season is complete.

Sean Power

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