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Can front three provide counter to City's inevitable domination of possession?

It's amazing to think that the defending champions go into this game 17 points behind the leaders Liverpool. Man City can close that gap to 14 if they win, but it illustrates how good the Mugsmashers have been, and how – by their own very high standards – Pep Guardiola's side have been quite poor. They've lost four times in the Premier League this season (to Norwich, Wolves, Liverpool and Man Utd), and while I don't think you could ever say there's a good time to play them, maybe it provides a glint of hope for Arsenal today. I mean, it's definitely not a good time to play them, not least because we're still trying to extricate ourselves from the rut we dug for ourselves, but at least...
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