Arsenal’s deadline day arrival Thomas Partey could make his debut on Saturday when the Gunners go to Manchester City.
The north London side go into the match with nine points from their opening four games, while the hosts have struggled in the league so far, winning just one of their first three fixtures.
As a result Arsenal start the day in fourth place in the Premier League table, while City sit down in 14th.
Man City thumped Arsenal 3-0 at the Eithad last season in the two side's first match since the Premier League 's three-month suspension.
What time is Man City vs Arsenal?
The third of Saturday’s four Premier League fixtures, kick-off at the Eithad is at 5.30pm.
The match follows on from Chelsea vs Southampton at 3pm and the Merseyside derby at Goodison Park at 12.3pm.
City’s local rivals Manchester United go to Newcastle for the day’s final match which gets underway at 8pm.
Man City vs Arsenal TV channel and live stream
Man City and Arsenal fans who want to watch the game will need Sky Sports.
The game is being shown on its Main Event and Premier League channels from 5pm.
Fans will need a Sky Sports subscription to watch the match on TV or so they can steam it via Sky Go or Now TV.
The day’s final match between Newcastle and Man Utd will be on Sky Sports Box Office and cost an additional £14.95, even to Sky Sports subscribers.
Man City vs Arsenal odds
The sorcerer meets his apprentice on Saturday, with Pep aiming to show his prodigy he still has a lot to learn.
Because Mikel Arteta might have seen his side victorious in the FA Cup semi-final between the sides in , but in the last six Premier League head to heads between Arsenal and City, the Sky Blues have won every single one.
And they haven't been streaky wins either.
They fired exactly three goals past the Arsenal goalkeeper in five of those clashes.
As a result City are a miserly 4/9 to win with thepools.com, with Arsenal 11/2 and the draw 15/4. But consider this, City have not been involved in a goalless first half in 13 consecutive Premier League matches home and away, and not in 16 straight Premier League matches against Arsenal.
So 17/20 for City to lead at half-time, and Evens City half-time, full-time offer you much better odds.
That tallies with Arsenal's recent record of leading by half-time in just one of the four Premier League matches so far this season.
Odds collected from thepools.com and are subject to change.
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