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Premier League leaders Arsenal hope for Man City slip-up in title race

Arsenal resume their quest for Premier League glory against Bournemouth this
weekend, knowing they have no margin for error with Manchester City hot on
their heels.

Mikel Arteta’s Gunners are a single point above Pep Guardiola’s men with three games left but City, who host Wolves, crucially have a game in hand.

Newcastle can pile the pressure on Manchester United in the battle for a Europa
League place if they win at Burnley, who are plotting a great escape.
AFP Sport looks at three talking points ahead of the action.

Can Wolves stop City juggernaut?
Arsenal have hit a rich vein of form since their 2-0 defeat by Aston Villa last
month, but are competing against a City side who are now unbeaten in 31 games in
all competitions.

The Gunners have a chance at least to apply some pressure by beating
Bournemouth in the early kick-off at the Emirates on Saturday.

Bournemouth have registered their highest-ever points tally in a Premier League
season to climb to 10th spot but have only beaten Arsenal once before.

City were not at their best against Nottingham Forest last weekend but still found
a way to win and are strong favourites to wrap up an unprecedented fourth
straight English title.

credit: https://guardian.ng/

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