The gunners signed a new goalkeeper this summer but the manager has hint at making Petr Cech his first choice goalkeeper this season and so we expect Unai Emery to begin the Czech Republican global in-goal against Manchester City. They don't know it, one day one of them will be a manager and realise what we feel, ' he said.
City were almost flawless last time out, winning the league with a record number of points (100), goals (106) and points margin (19).
"The representation for every player and in every time in the season [there is] the capacity to do that", Emery said. Live streaming is available on NBC Sports live, which you can access with your cable or satellite subscriptions, either online or through the NBC Sports app.
While Sokratis will be the tasked with the responsibility of stopping Sergio Aguero, the onus will be on John Stones to deal with the sheer pace of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
The Citizens did the league double over Arsene Wenger's Arsenal last season, winning 3-0 at the Emirates and 3-1 at the Etihad.
Arsenal kick off their Premier League season with a clash against Manchester City at The Emirates on Sunday.
'I work a lot - I am good at that. "People spoke to me when I arrived saying it's like this or like that, but I discovered many things during the process, watching what happens'".
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Midfielder Aaron Ramsey is a doubt for the fixture. The Welshman has returned to training.
Sokratis Papastathopoulos and Matteo Guendouzi make their debuts in Unai Emery's competitive debut in charge of the Gunners.
Take a look at the line up here. I like this spirit. The match can also be seen on Jio TV and Airtel TV.
Initially Kevin de Bruyne and David Silva were the tipped partnership in the centre of midfield, however a prolonged rest for both players means the Portugal global should enter the fray for the Sky Blues' season opener. "He will play an outstanding part for City on the back of an unbelievable World Cup". I repeat: "organised, then play".