Manchester City and Arsenal’s decisive Premier League showdown is finally upon us.
The pair have been comfortably the two best club sides in England this season and will go head to head at the Etihad on Wednesday.
Mikel Arteta’s side convincingly led the table for all but three gameweeks this campaign but have fallen apart in recent weeks.
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The injuries of William Saliba and now Granit Xhaka have proven particularly costly, with the Gunners dropping six points in their last three outings against Liverpool, West Ham and Southampton.
The Gunners now only lead reigning champions City by five points, and Pep Guardiola’s men still boast two games in hand.
Arsenal’s disastrous form and City’s wins in their recent meetings gives the home side the advantage. Though, as we are all aware, anything is possible when it comes to the high-pressure nature of Premier League fixtures.
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Erling Haaland will lead the line for City, having scored a staggering 32 goals already this season. He has the chance to shatter Andy Cole’s single-season goal record against the Gunners, who will be captained by his Norway team-mate Martin Odegaard.
The friendship-turned-rivalry between Arteta and Guardiola makes this fixture even more mouthwatering, with two former City stars in the Arsenal line-up eager to prove a point.
Daily Star Sport brings you everything you need to know on how to watch Manchester City vs Arsenal.
When is Man City v Arsenal?
The Premier League fixture will take place on Wednesday, April 26, with kick-off at the Etihad Stadium is scheduled for 8pm.
What TV channel is Man City v Arsenal on?
The match will be shown live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate with coverage starting on both channels at 7pm.
BT Sport subscribers can live stream this match via the app on their computer, mobile and tablet devices.
Where to watch the other Premier League games this week on BT Sport, plus show times:
April 25, 7pm – Leeds United vs Leicester City – BT Sport 1HD
April 25, 7.15pm – Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Crystal Palace – BT Sport 3HD
April 25, 7.15PM – Aston Villa vs Fulham – BT Sport 2HD
April 26, 7.15pm – West Ham United vs Liverpool – BT Sport 2HD
April 26, 7.15pm – Chelsea vs Brentford – BT Sport 3HD
April 26, 7.15pm – Nottingham Forest vs Brighton & Hove Albion – BT Sport 4HD
April 27, 7pm – Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester United – BT Sport 1HD
April 27, 7.15pm – Southampton vs AFC Bournemouth – BT Sport 3HD
April 27, 7.15pm – Everton vs Newcastle United – BT Sport 2HD
April 29, 11:30am – Crystal Palace vs West Ham United – BT Sport 1HD
BT Sport has a monthly pass available to sign up to, which you can click here, so you can watch all the games for £29.99 this week and the rest of the season.
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