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Premier League Thursday Preview

Less than a week after meeting at Wembley in the Carabao Cup final, Arsenal and Manchester City are doing it again.

With both clubs involved in Europe still, the Premier League had to fit the fixture in after it was postponed at the weekend, and that means an unusual Thursday night game.

See below for a preview on the game, including predictions from former England, Crystal Palace and Tottenham midfielder Andy Gray and our own Football Insider Graeme Bailey and bet365’s Steve Freeth.

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Arsenal 19:45 Manchester City 
Emirates Stadium

TEAM NEWS: Chelsea are without the injured Alvaro Morata and suspended Tiemoue Bakayoko, and they hope both Andreas Christensen and Pedro will be available. Jonny Evans, Kieran Gibbs and Grzegorz Krychowiak should all be back for West Brom.
KEY FACT: City could do the league double over Arsenal for the first time since 1975-76
MATCH ODDS: Arsenal 18/5 Draw 6/5 Man City 3/4
bet365 Pick: Man City to win by one-goal margin @3/1
ANDY SAYS: You have to think Chelsea will return to winning ways…1-2
GRAEME SAYS: Can Arsenal bounce back? I can’t see it, City win…0-2
FOOTBALLIndex – One to follow:  David Silva is under £2, what a great buy!

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