It is going to be a Super Sunday for all the football fans around the globe as Premier League will see four footballing giants locking horns with each other in two titanic clashes. An unstoppable Manchester City will host a formidable opponent in Arsenal while an underwhelming Chelsea will travel to an inconsistent Manchester United. Among the top five teams in the Premier League table, Tottenham is the only one playing a soft fixture against Crytal Palace at Wembley Stadium.
One of the key reasons that Pep Guardiola’s men are absolutely rampant in the league so far is that there are no significant injuries in the squad. Only Vincent Kompany and Benjamin Mendy are long-term absentees as the rest of squad hits the ground running week in week out. With their current form and hosting the fixture at home, there’s no doubt that Manchester City will take away all the points from the Arsenal game.
Arsene Wenger’s team will miss Skhodran Mustafi in the upcoming Premier League fixture against a brutally attacking Manchester City. Arsenal boss rested his entire first choice squad in the Europa League game against Red Star Belgrade in order to keep them fresh for the upcoming top of the table clash. It will be a Herculean task for the Emirates outfit to take away any points from the match but without a doubt it will be an interesting game to watch.
The Old Trafford outfit was apparently struggling with inconsistent performances but after brushing aside a daunting Tottenham side in last Premier League game, they have gained significant momentum. Jose Mourinho will field his strongest squad and will be looking forward to win the Chelsea game to stay hot on Manchester City tail. Manchester United will be without their box-to-box midfield maestro Paul Pogba, who remains on sidelines due to an injury.
The Blues will be bolstered with the return of tough-tackling N’Golo Kante while only two players in Victor Moses and Gary Cahill remain on the sidelines. Antonio Conte’s men will head into the Manchester United game after suffering a 3-0 humiliation at the hands of Roma in Italy and it remains top be seen how Man United and Chelsea will fare in Sunday’s battle of wits.