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Arteta fires big warning to Manchester City ahead of Wednesday clash

Arsenal will on Wednesday welcome Manchester City to the Emirates Stadium and gunners boss Mikel Arteta has fired a big warning to The Citizens ahead of this game.

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( Mikel Arteta and Pep Guardiola / Photo via Getty )

The draw with Brentford means Arsenal will face Manchester City on Wednesday with a three-point lead over Pep Guardiola’s side in the Premier League table if the Manchester club wins its Sunday game against Aston Villa. It is a crucial game for both sides as City look to close the gap while Arsenal look to extend it further.

Mikel Arteta has fired a warning shot ahead of Wednesday’s clash by praising his players for their effort and commitment against Brentford despite dropping two points. He was pleased with how his team performed and believes that if they can replicate this level of performance against Manchester City then they have a good chance of coming away with a result.

Arteta said as per Evening Standard: “You have to be at your best but against Brentford, it’s exactly the same. It’s not an issue the way the boys tried, and I look at their body language, their intentions and how much they want it, and the reaction when they drop two points, the way they dropped them. They are in a great place.”

This is an important message from Arteta as he looks to motivate his players ahead of Wednesday’s game. He knows that if his team can match Manchester City’s intensity then there is every chance of getting something out of this game. The Gunners have been in good form since the season begun but will need to be at their very best if they are going to maintain their lead over City in the table come Wednesday night.

It promises to be an exciting game between two teams who are both vying for top spot in the Premier League table. Mikel Arteta has fired up a warning shot ahead of Wednesday’s clash by praising his players for their effort against Brentford despite dropping two points – now all eyes will be on Arsenal as we wait to see if they can rise up to meet Manchester City’s challenge on Wednesday night.

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