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The teams are coming out onto the pitch at the Etihad Stadium, with kick-off just moments away. This match will be played behind closed doors, as will every other Premier League game between now and the end of the season.
Manchester City have won their last six matches against Arsenal in all competitions – their best-ever run against the Londoners – with five of those victories coming in the Premier League.
Arsenal show five changes from their slender win over West Ham in early March. The big news is that Mesut Ozil is left out of the matchday squad, despite Arteta confirming pre-match that the German midfielder is not injured. Sokratis also misses out entirely, while Pepe, Ceballos and David Luiz drop down to the bench. Bellerin, Mustafi, Guendouzi, Willock and Saka are all recalled to a youthful XI.
Guardiola has made eight changes to City’s starting line-up following their Manchester derby defeat a little over three months ago. Gundogan, Sterling and Ederson, who will make his 100th Premier League appearance, are the only three players to retain their place in the side. Elsewhere, Jesus is selected over Aguero up top, Garcia starts in defence and Sane is named in the matchday squad for the first time in 10 months.

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