The current FA Cup record holders reach the semi-finals once again for the 30th time having won 20 of the last 29 appearances.
The Arsenal team would be without the following players due to injuries, suspension and ineligibility:
Calum Chambers- injury
Cedric Soares- ineligible
Bernd Leno- injury
Pablo Mari- injury
Gabriel Martinelli- injury
Eddie Nketiah- suspension
The last time the both sides met was in 2017 and arsenal came out victorious having to see Alexis Sanchez score the winning goal in extra time.
The FA cup semi-final have been played at Wembley Stadium since 2007/08 season , the decision was made by the FA in 2003 for financial reasons to enable them generate enough revenue to pay for itself.
With Manchester City who have two domestic cups at the bag already will want to maintain their domestic cup dominance in recent years.
With Arsenal's recent victory against the current English league champions would be going into the game on a high.
The fixture is scheduled for 18th July, 2020 at Wembley Stadium by 19:45pm.
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