Friday, 13 December 2013

Man City V Arsenal live Stream Premier League – Preview 14th Dec 2013

Match Preview: Saturday 14th December 2013,One of the important match Man City V Arsenal of Premier League Live High Quality Streaming, Man City V Arsenal streaming is available here Man City V Arsenal Live Stream online video Premier League Video Free The match will take plcae at Etihad Stadium 12/14/13 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things.Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things Man City V Arsenal  Live Stream Man City V Arsenal, Man City V Arsenal online free, Man City V Arsenal Live High Quality Streaming video.Man City V Arsenal at Etihad Stadium Saturday 14th December 2013, kick-off 12:45 (GMT). Manchester City are expected to recall Vincent Kompany, Sergio Aguero and Yaya Toure, none of whom featured in the win at Bayern Munich. City are likely to be without right-back Micah Richards, who appeared to suffer a muscle injury in midweek. Arsenal will assess defender Bacary Sagna, who is nursing a hamstring problem.
Lukas Podolski is fit after three months out with a hamstring injury but is short of match fitness.
This has all the makings of being one of the games of the season, though it will have to go some to match Arsenal's 1-1 draw with Everton last Sunday for entertainment.
That was one of those matches that showed you don't need to have a winner and loads of goals to make it memorable, with both sides going at each other with pace and quality from start to finish.
We might expect something similar here, with goals in short supply when these two have met recently - just seven have been scored in the last six contests (five for City, two for Arsenal).
With City needing to win to narrow the gap on the Gunners there could be an extra tension to their play (though having seen the way they saw off Tottenham I doubt it!) and there are also the effects of both sides' Champions League exertions this week to factor in - both physically and mentally.
Arsenal might have qualified for the last 16 but losing in Naples and losing top spot and potentially a kinder draw was a blow, whilst City's win away to Bayern Munich was fantastic yet farcical at the same time.
Manuel Pellegrini's permutations puzzlement is rightly a big story, but in my mind clouds the key one - Manchester City beat the European champions on their own ground, and with an 'under-strength' side to boot! They won't and shouldn't fear any opposition now - in Europe or at home.
We've got the club with the best home record in the Premier League (by a goal-filled distance) against the one that's been best away.
For number buffs, we've also got a clash between the two most clinical teams in the division, with City netting 20.6% of their shots on goal and Arsenal 18.9%.
It could all mean that they cancel each other out, but I think we'll see the opposite.
City will come out flying, and Arsenal will have to be ready. For those lucky enough to be there, Christmas could come early.

Arsenal have only won one of their last six league and cup games against Manchester City, and have failed to score in six of the previous nine meetings in all competitions.
The last six Premier League matches have produced six red cards - four of which were shown to City players.

Manchester City
Their tally of 29 home goals is the most by a top-flight team in their opening seven matches since Tottenham in 1962-63 (also 29).
City have scored in 57 consecutive Premier League home games, a run stretching back to a 0-0 draw with Birmingham in November 2010.
Manuel Pellegrini's side have lost eight points from winning positions this season - the second highest tally in the top flight behind Sunderland (11).
Sergio Aguero has 18 goals in all competitions this season, including 12 in the Premier League - equalling his league tally last term.

The Gunners have the division's best away record with 16 points - twice City's tally on the road.
Arsenal are one point shy of 1300 in the Premier League under Arsene Wenger.
Mesut Ozil has registered four goals and six assists in his 12 Premier League appearances. However, he has yet to score for Arsenal away from home in league or cup.

Competition: Premier League
Match: Man City V Arsenal
Date: Saturday 14th December 2013
Kickoff: 12:45 GMT
Venue: Etihad Stadium
Live/Repeat: Live