Arsenal in recent games has been on top form, from drawing Leicester City to winning reigning premier league champions Liverpool.
Arsenal FC currently leads the way with 13 FA Cup titles to the club's name, the most recent win having come in 2017
Manchester City on the other hand has been on top form since their lost to Southampton in the premier league.
The last time both teams met, it was a three goals thriller match that ended in favour of Manchester City as they defeated Arsenal with three goals to nothing.
Let's take a look at some interesting statistics of both teams below:
Man City have won the last seven meetings against Arsenal by an aggregate 20-2
Gabriel Jesus has scored a first-half goal in each of his last three matches
Arsenal's last win over City came in 2017 in an FA Cup semi-final
The Gunners have scored in 22 of their last 25 matches. Two of those blanks came against City.
Now let's take a look at their head to head statistics below:
17th June 2020: Manchester City 3:0 Arsenal
15th December 2019: Arsenal 0:3 Manchester City
3rd February 2019: Manchester City 3:1 Arsenal
12th August 2018: Arsenal 0:2 Manchester City
1st March 2018: Arsenal 0:1 Manchester City
25th February 2018: Arsenal 0:3 Manchester City
5th November 2017: Manchester City 3:1 Arsenal
23rd April 2017: Arsenal 2:1 Manchester City
18th December 2016: Manchester City 2:1 Arsenal
7th August 2016: Arsenal 3:2 Manchester City
8th May 2016: Manchester City 2:2 Arsenal
21st December 2015: Arsenal 2:1 Manchester City
18th January 2015: Manchester City 0:2 Arsenal
13th September 2014: Arsenal 2:2 Manchester City.
From the head to head statistics above, Manchester City are the clear favorite to win the match.
This is how our may be lining up against Manchester City in tonight's FA cup semi final match, with both Lacazette, Aubameyang and Salah starting upfront together for the second time since the resumption of football. Martinez as usual will continue to fill the space of injured Leno in the goal keeping.
This is how Manchester City may be lining up against Arsenal, with Sterling, Mahrez and Gabriel Jesus leading the attacking frontline as usual since the injury of Sergio Aguero.
Who do you think will win the match?
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