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The Premier League clash of Manchester City with Arsenal on Etihad can be rescheduled for NEXT WEDNESDAY

The Premier League clash of Manchester City with Arsenal on Etihad can be rescheduled for NEXT WEDNESDAY

  • The Premier League is in talks with both clubs about re-arranging the collision
  • It was scheduled for last Sunday, but Manchester City was in the Carabao Cup final
  • Next week is free for City and Arsenal and the game can be played next Wednesday
  • A decision on the proposed collision date is expected within 24 hours

The Premier League is in talks with Manchester City and Arsenal about rescheduling their postponed collision for next Wednesday.

The competition – in which Mikel Arteta returns to Etihad Stadium for the first time since leaving City to Gunner’s boss – was scheduled for last Sunday, but City was involved in the Carabao Cup Final against Aston Villa in Wembley.

Next week is free for both teams and top officials have suggested the game to be played on Wednesday, March 11.

Manchester City could organize Arsenal next Wednesday in Etihad in the Premier League

Manchester City could organize Arsenal next Wednesday in Etihad in the Premier League

A decision on the proposed Etihad collision date is expected within 24 hours.

If Wednesday is confirmed as the new date, Arsenal, who will face West Ham at 3:00 PM on Saturday, will have an additional 24 hours to prepare for the then City collision, which will face arch rivals United on Sunday at 4:30 PM in the Manchester derby.

With Liverpool about to win the Premier League, City’s objective is now to consolidate their position in second place, while Arsenal is still looking at an unlikely top four position.

Mikel Arteta will return to City for the first time since his departure for Arsenal manager

Mikel Arteta will return to City for the first time since his departure for Arsenal manager

Mikel Arteta will return to City for the first time since his departure for Arsenal manager


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