The two favourites for the Premier League title meet at the Emirates on Monday night. Opta provides the statistical breakdown.
"Arsenal have lost just one of their 18 Barclays Premier League home games against Manchester City (W11 D6 L1), but have won just one of the last six (W1 D4 L1)."
Arsenal have lost just one of their 18 Barclays Premier League home games against Manchester City (W11 D6 L1), but have won just one of the last six (W1 D4 L1). The draw is 3.613/5
Manchester City have lost 22 Premier League games against Arsenal, their joint-most defeats against any opponent (along with Chelsea). They are 2.427/5 to lose again
There have been five red cards in the last five Premier League matches between Man City and Arsenal at the Emirates. A red card is 4.03/1
The Gunners have conceded just 11 goals in their last 20 Premier League games at the Emirates. Both teams to score is 1.654/6
Man City have won none of their last four Premier League away matches and failed to score in the last three in a row. Back an Arsenal win to nil at 4.94/1
The last time that Manchester City failed to score in four successive Premier League away games was in February 2006. A 0-0 correct score is 16.015/1
Kelechi Iheanacho's two Premier League goals this season have won Man City four points; the same total that Olivier Giroud's nine goals have earned Arsenal. Kelechi Iheanacho is 3.3512/5 to net again
Petr Cech has equalled David James' record of 169 Premier League clean sheets and needs one more to be the outright leader. He is 3.953/1 to break the record on Monday
Mesut Ozil has had a hand in 15 goals in 15 Premier League appearances this season (two goals, 13 assists) - he was only involved in nine goals (four goals, five assists) in 22 PL apps in 2014-15. Back Mesut Ozil to score first at 12.011/1
Olivier Giroud has scored in eight of his last 12 Premier League appearances for Arsenal and has 11 goals in his last 13 appearances for the club in all competitions. Alternatively, Olivier Giroud is 6.611/2 to break the deadlock