Arsenal prepare to entertain Manchester City at Highbury on Tuesday evening, looking to continue an impressive record. The Gunners are clearly on top, having won 49 and lost only 14 of the 79 games.
The most recent encounter between these two sides at Highbury was less than a year ago, in February 2004, the Gunners carving out a narrow 2-1 victory in a Premiership match.
For a detailed analysis of the head-to-head between the two sides, click here
|Recent encounters between the teams:|
|2004/2005||Wed 27 Oct||Man City||1 - 2||Arsenal||LC|
|2004/2005||Sat 25 Sep||Man City||0 - 1||Arsenal||PREM|
|2003/2004||Sun 01 Feb||Arsenal||2-1||Man City||PREM|
|2003/2004||Sun 31 Aug||Man City||1 - 2||Arsenal||PREM|
|2002/2003||Sat 22 Feb||Man City||1 - 5||Arsenal||PREM|
|2002/2003||Tue 10 Sep||Arsenal||2 - 1||Man City||PREM|
|2000/2001||Wed 11 Apr||Man City||0 - 4||Arsenal||PREM|
Recent respective form guides
Arsenal are in decent form at home, having won four and drawn two of their last six games, In this time, Gunners have rattled up an impressive 16 goals, and conceded 5.
Man City have an average recent record on the road, picking up two good wins, but losing three, from the last six. A generous 10 goals have been both scored and conceded in this period.
Arsenal sit in a healthy 2nd in the league, and have picked up 47 points from their 21 games. Man City's 27 points from 21 games sees them lie inside the top half of the table, in 10th position.
For a detailed analysis of team form guides throughout the leagues, click here
|Current form guides:||P||W||D||L||F||A||P|
FootyMad's prediction ...
Its good news for Arsenal fans, because, with them being in such great nick at home, I just cannot see any further than an emphatic home win for the Gunners. Home win
|Arsenal||Unbeaten in the last 19 home games.|
Won their latest 4 matches.
Not drawn a match in their last 4 .
|Man City||5 games since last away draw.|