Arsenal will visit Manchester City in search of their first league win of the season with City looking to earn a second win in as many games.
Arsenal has lost their opening two league games against Brentford and Chelsea and they need a win in this match to get their fans something to be happy about.
Tottenham beat Manchester City 1-0 in their first league game, but the hosts turned on the style and beat Norwich City 5-0 in their next league match.
The Premier League champions have just missed out on signing Harry Kane and Cristiano Ronaldo and should be worried about goals.
They have let the injury-prone Sergio Aguero to leave, but they might struggle in this campaign if they have no recognisable goalscorers.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang struggled for much of last season, but the Gabon striker turned on the style by netting a hat-trick in Arsenal’s last competitive game against West Brom in the league cup.
This game offers the Gunners the chance to prove their worth and it will also see Mikel Arteta go head to head with his mentor, Pep Guardiola.
City has a fine head to head in matches between both clubs with four wins for their last five meetings.