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As the World Cup comes to an end, Manchester City is currently five points behind Premier League leaders Arsenal.

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Manchester City, who are trying to close the five-point deficit to league-leading Arsenal, who are dealing with a “serious difficulty” due to Gabriel Jesus‘ knee injury, have been assured by Danny Mills that they “will be back in the game.”

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This season, the former Pep Guardiola protégé has seen Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal progress as he has witnessed the club play what some have compared to Manchester City-style football. This season, the Gunners have only suffered one league defeat—a 3-1 loss to the Blues’ fiercest rivals, Manchester United.

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When the season resumes, City will be five points behind of the North London team. After more than a month since their last Premier League match, a depressing 2-1 loss at home to Brentford, Guardiola’s team will shake off the dust against Leeds United at Elland Road.

Mills, a former Blue, is certain that City can defeat Arsenal and points to Jesus’ knee injury while Brazil was on international duty as a turning point in this season’s title fight.

Mills stated the following on behalf of 888sport: “With their strength in depth, City has always been my prediction, and I believe they will succeed eventually. Jesus is a serious issue for Arsenal because his contribution to their success has been crucial. Although he is only sidelined for three months, it might easily extend to four.

“Generally speaking, knee issues last a little bit longer. Since he has been so crucial to them, will they now enter the transfer market given how difficult it will be for Arsenal?

It was certain that it would be difficult because City will do well. And now that Haaland has had a decent break and is free of any aches and pains while several of their players left early, they won’t be as worn out. City will undoubtedly return to the game after they clear their heads.

“I’ve said from the outset that their ambition to win the title will be a significant motivating force for City to win three consecutive games and emulate what Manchester United did,”

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