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Manchester City’s manager, Pep Guardiola, has emphasized that their upcoming Premier League clash against Arsenal at the Etihad Stadium on March 31 is akin to a “final.”

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The two sides find themselves embroiled in a captivating title race alongside Liverpool, with only 10 matches remaining in the season.

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Currently, Arsenal leads the table with 64 points, narrowly edging out Liverpool in second place on goal difference, while Manchester City trails closely behind in third with 63 points.

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Arsenal previously defeated Guardiola’s team to claim the Community Shield in August and secured a 1-0 victory over City when they met at the Emirates Stadium in October. However, City showcased dominance with a 4-1 win at the Etihad last season, a performance Guardiola hopes to replicate.

“We have a final against Arsenal,” Guardiola stated. “But for now, we rest. I don’t want to dwell on the future – the recent period has been intense. With the players heading for international duty, a change of scenery is beneficial; some will have the opportunity to spend time with their families. Upon our return, we’ll have three days to prepare for the Arsenal match. Let’s focus,” Guardiola affirmed.

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