SPORT- Arsenal’s head coach Mikel Arteta is optimistic that Arsenal will hammer his former employers Manchester City will be a “strange” occasion, but is hopeful of taking advantage of an empty Etihad stadium.
The Gunners’ first game back, which features in a double-header on Sky Sports on June 17, sees Arteta
meet former boss Pep Guardiola for the first time since leaving City to take the reins at the Emirates.
Arteta spent four years on the coaching staff at City, after retiring there as a player in 2016.
Here are the dates and kick-off times for Arsenal’s 10 remaining Premier League matches:
Manchester City vs Arsenal – Wednesday, June 17 – 8:15pm
Brighton & Hove Albion vs Arsenal – Saturday, June 20 – 3:00pm
Southampton vs Arsenal – Thursday, June 25 – 6:00pm
Arsenal vs Norwich City – Wednesday, July 1 – 6:00pm –
Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Arsenal – Saturday, July 4 – 3:00pm
Arsenal vs Leicester City – Wednesday, July 8 – 8:00pm
Tottenham Hotspur vs Arsenal – Saturday, July 11 – 3:00pm
Arsenal vs Liverpool – Wednesday, July 15 – 8:00pm
Aston Villa vs Arsenal – Saturday, July 18 – 3:00pm Arsenal vs Watford – Sunday, July 26 – 3:00pm
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