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BREAKING: Arsenal receive major boost ahead of game against Manchester City

Arsenal will this Sunday welcome Manchester City to the Emirates Stadium and the gunners have received a major boost ahead of the game.

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( Pep Guardiola and Mikel Arteta / Photo via Getty )

The Gunners have received a significant boost ahead of their clash with Manchester City, as Pep Guardiola has confirmed that John Stones will be unavailable for the match. Stones, who has been a key player for City this season, will be a notable absence in their defense.

Stones has been in excellent form for City, providing stability and leadership at the back. His absence will be felt by Guardiola’s side, as they will have to find a way to cope without his presence. This news will certainly give Arteta and Arsenal a glimmer of hope as they look to break their winless streak against City.

Arsenal will be eager to take advantage of Stones’ absence and secure a positive result at home. With players like Gabriel Jesus and Saka in fine form, they will be looking to exploit any weaknesses in City’s defense. Additionally, the Gunners will be buoyed by their recent performance against Lens in the Champions League, where they showed resilience and determination despite the defeat.

Arteta will undoubtedly be analyzing City’s defensive options and devising a game plan to exploit their vulnerabilities. With Stones out of the equation, Arsenal will have an opportunity to test City’s backline and put pressure on their defense.

A victory over City would not only boost Arsenal’s confidence but also send a statement to the rest of the league. It would show that Arteta’s side is capable of defeating top teams and competing at the highest level. The absence of Stones only adds to the significance of this match for Arsenal.

As the match approaches, the anticipation and excitement will continue to build. Arteta will be determined to seize this opportunity and secure a long-awaited victory against his former mentor. The clash between Arsenal and Manchester City promises to be a thrilling encounter, with Stones’ absence adding an extra layer of intrigue to the fixture.

Hello there, Am Mumbere Ausbel from Uganda and I am a writer at Arsenal True Fans and I love watching football matches so much because it's my favourite sport. I am an optimistic person who usually likes to look at the good side of everything.

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