Man City vs Arsenal LIVE: Stream, TV channel, team news, kick off time for TODAY’S Premier League match – The Sun

Man City vs Arsenal LIVE: Stream, TV channel, team news, kick off time for TODAY’S Premier League match – The Sun


ARSENAL are looking to continue their impressive start to the season at Manchester City today.

The Gunners have won three out of four in the Premier League, while City have had a poor run of results including a 5-2 loss to Leicester City.

  • Kick-off: 5.30pm
  • TV/ live stream: Sky Sports Main Event and Premier League
  • Non-subscribers can watch the match on NOW TV with a day pass for £9.99

Follow ALL of the latest updates below…

  • Sam Dymond


    The absence of Laporte and Mendy from the City starting line-up has been explained.

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    13 Runarsson, 9 Lacazette, 15 Maitland-Niles, 18 Partey, 23 David Luiz, 25 Elneny, 30 Nketiah.

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    Mikel Arteta matches up with Arsenal also setting out in a 4-3-3. Kieran Tierney has been given the nod despite his lack of training time while there are three changes from the side that squeezed past Sheffield United prior to the international break. Rob Holding, Granit Xhaka and Pepe come in as David Luiz, Mohamed Elneny and Eddie Nketiah drop out. New signing Thomas Partey is only on the bench.

    1 Keno, 2 Bellerin, 16 Holding, 6 Gabriel, 3 Tierney, 8 Ceballos, 34 Xhaka, 7 Saka, 12 Willian, 14 Aubameyang, 19 Pepe.

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    13 Steffen, 5 Stones, 8 Gundogan, 21 Torres, 25 Fernandinho, 48 Delap, 50 Garcia.

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    Sergio Aguero starts! The striker is back to spearhead the City attack alongside Raheem Sterling and Riyad Mahrez as Pep Guardiola goes with his usual 4-3-3 formation. There's no Aymeric Laporte, however, as Nathan Ake returns to the defence while Bernardo replaces the injured Kevin De Bruyne.

    31 Ederson, 2 Walker, 3 Dias, 6 Ake, 27 Cancelo, 16 Rodrigo, 47 Foden, 20 Bernardo, 26 Mahrez, 7 Sterling, 10 Aguero.

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    Kevin De Bruyne has been ruled out with an unspecified injury, and his recent form in this fixture proves just how much Manchester City will miss him.

    The Belgian has been involved in seven goals in his last eight Premier League starts against Arsenal (5 goals, 2 assists), and has has scored more goals against the Gunners than he has any other side in the competition.

  • Sam Dymond


    Welcome to our live coverage of tonight’s Premier League match between Manchester City and Arsenal.

    After their second-place finish last season, much was expected of City this time around.

    However, four points from the opening three games is the poorest return of a Pep Guardiola side in over a decade.

    Worse still for City, the Premier League’s 2019-20 Player of the Year, Kevin De Bruyne, has returned injured from international duty with his likely return still unknown.

    On a brighter note, Raheem Sterling has been declared fit for selection and there may yet be a first glimpse of Sergio Aguero since June after the Argentine striker recently returned to training.

    Arsenal’s performances have been something of a mixed bag so far, but they have only dropped points in defeat at Anfield during their first four fixtures.

    Certainly, former Manchester City coach Mikel Arteta has the Gunners on the right track, and he only has to go back three months to remind his squad of the time they saw off their opponents in the FA Cup semi-final.

    Kieran Tierney is likely to miss out this evening having been forced to self-isolate, but the north London club do have a new £45m man to call upon in midfield. Is it time for Arsenal to get the Partey started?

    We’ll have news of the two teams shortly before kick-off follows at 5.30pm.

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