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City's edge can expose floundering Gunners
Arsenal and Man City go head-to-head at Wembley in Sunday's second FA Cup semi-final - and City are tipped to eventually prevail.
All the last four left in the Cup this year will have realistic ambitions of winning it and, after Spurs and Chelsea have battled it out on Saturday, on Sunday it's the turn of the Gunners and City to fight for a final place.

Both teams will be fired up for the showdown as they know defeat and a semi-final exit will render their campaign a failure, so a tight clash is expected with little to choose between the two when they're both at their best.

However, City - on offer at n/a to win in the match market - look to just about have the edge over a Gunners side that often display the unwanted habit of going missing when it matters the most. Even though they've won the FA Cup in two of the last three years, Arsene Wenger's men have never faced a team as good as Pep Guardiola's in the last four in recent times, having beaten Wigan and Reading in 2014 and 2015 at this stage.

So this will be a much stiffer test and one Arsenal, who are n/a to win in 90 minutes, will struggle to pass. With the ongoing uncertainty over Wenger's future seemingly affecting results, City should benefit. With the attacking talents of Raheem Sterling, Kevin De Bruyne, Leroy Sane and Sergio Aguero at his disposal, Guardiola can select a side to hurt the Gunners and expose their obvious defensive weaknesses.

Arsenal have a number of injury problems with David Ospina, Danny Welbeck, Shkodran Mustafi and Lucas Perez all missing, while City are only without Bacary Sagna and Gabriel Jesus.

There are likely to be goals at both ends but this tie may well take a while to warm up and a City victory, maybe after extra-time, is the predicted outcome, with the draw at 90 minutes, on offer at n/a, also attractive.

Recommended bet: Away win or draw (90mins) n/a.
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