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Head to Head
Club Friendlies (FRC) 10 Aug 2013 Arsenal FC 3 – Manchester City 1
Premier League (EPL) 13 Jan 2013 Arsenal FC 0 – Manchester City 2
Premier League (EPL) 23 Sep 2012 Manchester City 1 – Arsenal FC 1
Club Friendlies (FRC) 27 Jul 2012 Arsenal FC 0 – Manchester City 2
Premier League (EPL) 8 Apr 2012 Arsenal FC 1 – Manchester City 0
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10 Dec 2013 FC Bayern München 2 – Manchester City 3 UCL
7 Dec 2013 Southampton 1 – Manchester City 1 EPL
4 Dec 2013 West Bromwich Albion 2 – Manchester City 3 EPL
1 Dec 2013 Manchester City 3 – Swansea City 0 EPL
27 Nov 2013 Manchester City 4 – FC Viktoria Plzeň 2 UCL
11 Dec 2013 Napoli 2 – Arsenal FC 0 UCL
8 Dec 2013 Arsenal FC 1 – Everton 1 EPL
4 Dec 2013 Arsenal FC 2 – Hull City 0 EPL
30 Nov 2013 Cardiff 0 – Arsenal FC 3 EPL
26 Nov 2013 Arsenal FC 2 – Olympique de Marseille 0 UCL
This match pits the two most clinical teams in the Barclays Premier League with Man City scoring with 20.6% of their shots and Arsenal 18.9%.
Arsenal have scored more goals than any other team away at Manchester City in the Barclays Premier League era (28).
No team has won more Barclays Premier League games against Manchester City than Arsenal (21 along with Chelsea) or won more often on City’s own ground (10 along with Chelsea).
There have been six red cards in the last six Premier League meetings between Man City (4) and Arsenal (2).
There have been just seven goals scored in the last six meetings in all competitions between Arsenal and Man City.
Only two of the last eight meetings between City and Arsenal in all competitions have ended as home wins (HW2, D3, AW3).
The last time Arsenal won at the Etihad Stadium, Samir Nasri was playing for Arsenal and netted the opening goal (October 2010).
Manchester City have conceded the highest percentage of second half goals in this season’s Premier League (73%).
Man City have the best home attack (29 goals) and the best home defence (2 conceded), while Arsenal have the joint-best away attack (14 scored) and the best away defence (5 shipped).
Manchester City have scored in 57 consecutive home games in the Premier League. This run started after three games at the Etihad without scoring for the Citizens, the first of which was a 0-3 defeat to Arsenal.
Manchester City 2 v 2 Arsenal
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Note: Stats from Opta