Victory for Arsene Wenger's Arsenal would end a Premier League win drought of almost two months, and be their first over one of the "Big Six" since they beat Chelsea 3-0 in September, a result which saw the west London side's coach Antonio Conte change tactics and kick-start a charge towards the title.
City will also face Arsenal in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley on April 23. This is a must-win for seventh-placed Everton, but a game Liverpool can not afford to lose and Jurgen Klopp's men are likely to have the edge.
"You can not stay, I don't know how many years Arsene has been in charge of Arsenal, without ability".
"It's a odd season because we played 20 games unbeaten but I can not sit here and say we have no flaws in our team because we have". "They have been on a fantastic run, without making much progress in the league", he added. They are in 6th place, six points outside of the top four but do have two games in hand on four of the five other sides in the top six.
Chelsea's N'Golo Kante marshalls the France midfield while Monaco hot-shot Kylian Mbappe starts his first game for the senior team in attack.
Arsenal welcome Manchester City to The Emirates on Sunday afternoon one of the standout fixtures of the Premier League weekend.
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Even allowing for the tenacity that teams in the relegation battle can show at this stage in the season, Spurs, City and Liverpool all have enough games against sides lower in the table to keep ahead of the chasers.
United still have to play five teams from the top seven, including City, Arsenal and Spurs away, while Arsenal in their present disarray will not find it easy to pick up points against City, Spurs, United and Everton, not to mention Stoke away from home.
Chelsea may have the status of Premier League champions come May, but United and Mourinho are confident their global brand - along with Champions League status again - can get them the best players in the world.
The flip-side of that argument is that having so many games against direct rivals gives you a real chance if you can win them.
Paul Scholes believes that Wayne Rooney has earned the right to decide his future at Manchester United over the summer.