I agree mate, was only saying the same to my lad earlier that Wenger usually tries to throw a curveball when playing against us - maybe he will go 3 at the back or 3 central midfielders?I see this week as a huge test of City's mental strength, which I am delighted to say has largely been impressive so far this season. However, the final test is bringing home the bacon and we let one little piggy run off in our last game, with a defeat to our current FAC bogey.
This week brings two huge games in London against Lucky Arsenal, against whom we have a rotten record both at their home ground and Wembley. We have the superior players (and manager) but they have to have the stones to prove it, to play without fear. City under-performed on their last Wembley visit, tomorrow needs to be different.
I can see Wenger trying to spring some sort of surprise and Pep needs to have his game plan sorted with the team ready prepared for a variety of approaches from Arsenal.
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