Four former footballers turned pundits predict the Arsenal v Man City result.
It is a huge game for both Arsenal and Man City on Sunday, a game neither can afford to lose really.
Any hopes City may have of pulling Liverpool back would surely be extinguished if they lose to the Gunners on Sunday and for Arsenal, a loss would be another blow as they try to turn their season around.
The pundits know full well what this game means to both teams and have made their predictions accordingly.
Former Tottenham and Man Utd striker Dimitar Berbatov is doing a bit of fence-sitting predicting an entertaining 2-2 draw at the Emirates on Sunday afternoon.
BBC columnist and former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson is not being as generous as Berbatov where Arsenal are concerned and is going for a clear 2-0 win for Man City.
Next, we have former Real Madrid and Man Utd hitman Michael Owen. Writing in his weekly betting blog he cannot see anything other than a City win and as usual, does not give a scoreline.
Finally, we have former Celtic and Arsenal ace Charlie Nicholas, The Sky Sports pundit goes for a high scoring game with City running out 4-2 winners.
So, three of the pundits go for a Man City win and only one predicting that Arsenal will get anything from the game.
No real surprises there to be honest but this is not the City of last year and they have lost as many games as Arsenal this season in the league. It is not out of the question that Arsenal can emulate the likes of Norwich City and Wolves and inflict another defeat on the reigning champions.