Arsenal XI vs Man City: Starting lineup, confirmed team news, latest injury updates for Premier League today

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Arsenal XI vs Man City: Starting lineup, confirmed team news, latest injury updates for Premier League today
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Bukayo Saka has shaken off a knock and starts for Arsenal in today’s Premier League clash with Manchester City.

The England teenager suffered a blow to his knee during Wednesday’s 6-0 Carabao Cup win over West Brom, but has recovered to keep his place in Mikel Arteta’s XI.

Sead Kolasinac and Calum Chambers also retain their places in defence following that thumping win at The Hawthorns, with Emile Smith Rowe replacing the ill Nicolas Pepe in attack as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang leads the line after his midweek hat-trick.

Arsenal are without Eddie Nketiah and Thomas Partey (both ankle) for the game with City, while Gabriel played for the Under-23s against Tottenham on Friday as he closes in on a return from a knee injury.

Hector Bellerin is still out, while £50million summer recruit Ben White is being monitored after his positive test for Covid-19 and isn’t involved today.

Arsenal starting XI: Leno, Cedric, Chambers, Holding, Kolasinac, Tierney, Odegaard, Smith Rowe, Xhaka, Saka, Aubameyang

Subs: Lacazette, Maitland-Niles, Tavares, Pablo Mari, Sambi Lokonga, Elneny, Ramsdale, Okonkwo, Martinelli

Today 12.30pm BST, BT Sport

Venue: Etihad Stadium

Referee: Martin Atkinson

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