The Premier League returns to action on Wednesday night with Manchester City playing host to Arsenal at the Etihad Stadium. However, this might be a daunting challenge for the gooner news outfit.

Arsenal, on the other hand, had been in red-hot form just before the current campaign was stopped, with Mikel Artete’s side still remain unbeaten in the Premier League’s 2020. The Gunners’ present online casino record will immediately be put to test and face serious threat by Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City side next week Wednesday.

Unlike Manchester City though, the north London outfits will, at least, have almost a fully fit squad to pick from against the Citizens for one of the first times this season.

The likes of Kieran Tierney, Said Kolasinac and Rob Holding, according to report, appear to have shaken off injury problems to make it back in time for Arsenal. Tierney may actually come back into Arsenal’s starting line-up next week too.

The former Celtic left-back has struggled to stay fit since his £25 million move from the Scottish side last summer (Goal), but he could take Bukayo Saka’s place at left-back, even though the youngster has been impressive so far.

Elsewhere, are saying we could see Granit Xhaka and Matteo Guendouzi pairing together for Arsenal in midfield, although an half time substitute could see Dani Ceballos coming for either of the duo. The big and lone question, however, is how Arteta’s will line up.

Bukayo Saka, the 18-year-old prodigy, could now push forward with Tierney back, while Nicolas Pepe will surely be hoping to break into Arsenal’s starting line-up more regularly over the remainder of the season.

Predicted Arsenal XI: Bernd Leno; Kieran Tierney, David Luiz, Shkodran Mustafi, Hector Bellerin; Granit Xhaka, Matteo Guendouzi; Bukayo Saka, Mesut Ozil, Nicolas Pepe; Pierre Emerick Aubameyang.