Sunday’s trip to Manchester City promises to be our stiffest test of the season so far.
Pep Guardiola’s side have amassed 28 points in their first 10 Premier League games, scoring 35 times and conceding just six.
Sunday’s hosts are unbeaten in their last 22 matches - since we beat them in last season’s FA Cup semi-final. But what makes City so dangerous?
“Their attacking play,” Alex Iwobi told Arsenal Player. “They’ve been scoring goals for fun and they’re very dangerous going forward, so we’ll have to do well tactically and defensively to be able to stop that.
“With the attacking players we have, we’ll always create chances and should be able to get a couple of goals, but we need to tighten up in defence, especially against a team like Man City.”
Iwobi gave an impressive, disciplined performance when starting away at Chelsea earlier in the season.
“The boss always says that for me to earn my spot back, I need to work defensively and add goals and assists to my game, which I’ve been trying to do,” he added. “I’ve been working on that, especially in pre-season. It’s something I have to add to my game to improve it in the long run.
“Everyone [helps] really. If Sead or Hector are behind me, they’ll tell me when to go forward, when to come back.
“They speak to me and tell me where to be. Steve Bould has helped me tactically too.”
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