Jack Grealish points finger at two Arsenal players ahead of Man City’s huge title clash

Jack Grealish points finger at two Arsenal players ahead of Man City's huge title clash

Declan Rice and Kai Havertz are two players that Manchester City star Jack Grealish believes could make a difference when Arsenal visits the Etihad Stadium on Sunday in an attempt to exact revenge on his team.

Last season, City defeated Arsenal twice in a row and went on to win the Premier League by a margin of five points. Nonetheless, the Londoners have improved since then, as seen by their two victories over Pep Guardiola’s team.

The season started with Arsenal winning the Community Shield on penalties following a 1-1 draw after 90 minutes thanks to a late goal by Leandro Trossard. Gabriel Martinelli’s goal in the game gave the Gunners a 1-0 victory over City at the Emirates Stadium in October.

Entering Sunday’s match, Mikel Arteta’s team is one point ahead of their competitors. Despite the multitude of variables at work, Grealish is compelled to highlight two noteworthy recent additions.

Grealish told club media, “Obviously, they have added Declan [Rice] and [Kai] Havertz who are both playing really well at the moment.” “Compared to last season, they might have a little more experience.

They have a young team this year, as they did last year, and it was their first real title race, so this year they may have a little more experience. I believe that right now, everything is about us, and if we go out there and prevail, that puts us in a great position.

Rice made a club record transfer from West Ham to Arsenal, and he hasn’t wasted any time getting going in the red and blue. After moving from Chelsea, Havertz took a little longer to get going, but in his last four games, he has two assists and four goals.

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Declan Rice and Kai Havertz have made an impact in their first Arsenal season
Declan Rice and Kai Havertz have made an impact in their first Arsenal season

While City has the same number of points after 28 games as they did the previous season, Arsenal has fewer points than they did at this point. However, Liverpool might put a wrench in both plans if they defeat Brighton on Sunday and Arsenal loses at City. Jurgen Klopp’s team could finish the weekend atop the standings.

City won the Triple Crown at the end of the previous campaign, and they have a chance to do it again. Real Madrid stands in their way in Europe as they prepare to face Chelsea in the FA Cup semi-finals. If both teams advance, there’s a chance for a rematch of last season’s championship matchup against Manchester United.

Grealish declared, “We definitely have the talent, the drive, and the team to go and do it.” “Our manager is the greatest in the world. Let’s hope for a prosperous final few months of the season.

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