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Manchester City forward Jack Grealish acknowledges the impact of Declan Rice and Kai Havertz on Arsenal’s performance this season, highlighting their added experience compared to last season’s title race.

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As Arsenal prepares to visit the Etihad Stadium on Sunday, sitting at the summit of the Premier League table, Grealish spoke to City’s club channels about his admiration for Arsenal’s progress this season following their unsuccessful title challenge last year.

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“Obviously, they have added Declan and Havertz who are both playing really well at the moment,” Grealish remarked. “They might have a bit more experience than last season.”

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“In both this season and last season, they have had a young side and last season was their first real time in a title race, so this year they might have a bit more experience,” he continued.

Grealish emphasized the importance of City’s performance in the upcoming clash, stating, “I think it is all about us at the moment, and if we go out there and win the game, then it puts us in a great position.”

Regarding the anticipated match at the Etihad, Grealish expressed confidence in City’s home advantage, saying, “We know it is going to be a tough game, but I just feel that when teams come to the Etihad, I feel like we always make it difficult for them.”

He added, “I don’t think we’ve lost at the Etihad for about 16 months or something. It is a game that we are looking forward to and you want to play in. I am looking forward to it.”

Grealish, who recently returned to training following a groin injury, is poised to be in contention to face Arsenal.

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