In a sentence: Arsenal seek revenge from their League Cup final thrashing when they entertain Manchester City on Thursday.
Last time: Pep Guardiola’s side put Arsenal to the sword at Wembley on Sunday, with an uncharacteristic route one goal from Sergio Aguero kicking off the scoring. With the Gunners looking to get back in the game, Vincent Kompany struck from a corner, before David Silva added a third.
This time: Arsenal are 18/5 to win, Man City 3/4 and a draw is 3/1.
You might remember: A thrilling 6-3 win by City in the Premier League back in 2013. Aguero opened the scoring in what looked like an even match, only for Theo Walcott to equalise. However, the Arsenal man’s goal proved a catalyst for City, who saw Alvaro Negredo and Fernandinho score, before Walcott struck again to give Arsene Wenger’s men hope. Unfortunately for the Frenchman, Silva, Fernandinho and Yaya Toure pushed the tie out of his side’s hands, despite an injury time goal from Per Mertesacker.