Manchester City will look to put the pressure on the north London sides with a win over Bournemouth as the champions of Europe look to get back to the top of the Premier League table.
It hasn't exactly been the best start to the season for the Premier League champions, as they head into November and towards the Christmas period further down the Premier League table than they have been until 2018/19 when Liverpool won the title.
Right now, however, they are still only adrift of Tottenham Hotspur by two points and can return to the top of the table with a win here and a loss for both Arsenal and Spurs. City do head into the game having lost twice in the Premier League, but by easing to all three points with a 3-0 win over Manchester United in a local derby last weekend, confidence is no doubt back to a high. City also have the best defensive record in the league with seven goals conceded and 22 goals scored.
City have also managed to beat Brighton & Hove Albion in a Premier League game two weeks back that saw Erling Haaland scored after Julian Alvarez netted a goal. Manuel Akanji was sent off that day and is no longer suspended for. As well as this, Haaland would score twice in a 3-1 win over Young Boys shortly after, and it now means a three-game winning run for Pep Guardiola's men since losing 1-0 to Arsenal.
As for Bournemouth, they will be fully aware of the fact they have never beaten Manchester City in 24 matches since the 1960s, and they also head into this game having conceded four goals in both of their games last year.
The Cherries are also down in 17th with only one win on the board after 10 games, meaning six losses and a dismal record of eight goals scored - only Sheffield United have scored fewer goals this season. Bournemouth have also let in 21 goals and could be sucked into the bottom three if they lose here, and that is more than likely with City at 1/20 to win in 90 minutes.
This game is merely a matter of how many goals City will score, not a case of whether or not Bournemouth will win. In fact, in terms of odds, it will be one of the biggest upsets in Premier League history.
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