“Bring on City” Piers Morgan echoes what most Arsenal fans are thinking

This afternoon, Arsenal secured a convincing 4-0 victory over Bournemouth, while at the same time, Manchester City suffered a loss to Wolves, setting the stage for an epic clash next Sunday.

Arsenal’s performance against Bournemouth was nothing short of outstanding, and it didn’t take long for Piers Morgan to express his excitement and confidently anticipate the upcoming match against Manchester City.

Last week, there was much discussion and even some excessive pessimism following the draw with Spurs. However, those who were feeling down and pessimistic then are surely in higher spirits today. There’s no denying it now – the title challenge is very much alive, just as many believed it to be from the start.

While it’s possible for Liverpool or Tottenham to surpass Arsenal in the standings today, at this moment, the two teams that dominated the Premier League last season find themselves in first and second place.

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The performance by the team today was truly impressive, and Piers Morgan’s enthusiasm is entirely justified in looking forward to the clash with City. Why not indeed? Arsenal is currently in fantastic form, remaining unbeaten, and it’s clear that City has felt the absence of Kevin de Bruyne and Rodri.

Pep Guardiola’s side appears vulnerable, and the team should approach the upcoming game with a great deal of confidence.

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  1. Are both Kevin and Rodri OUT of next wknds game?

    Just now hoping that Saka, Trossard and Partey may be back for next week. Its a shame all the injuries but we are plugging away and still winning.

    Away to Lens this week should be a few starts for Emile, Fabio, Tomi, Ramsdale, Kiwior, Nelson & Jorginho, with the big players on the bench just incase.
    This is the sort of game to let a few players play and also get some Champions League Experinces now with the club, if worst comes to worse throw on a few big players in the 2nd half to win the game.

    For City next weekend we go at them from the start and rattle them. They are vulnerable & if we are serious about winning this league then we need to beating this lot at home.

    Nobody should walk away with any points or feel they can when they come to The Emirates. Just imagine when we have a full squad to choose from and a window reopening in January to push on if we are still in all 4 competitions.

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