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Arsenal and Manchester City meet at the Emirates Saturday when both teams will seek to roar into life after making spluttering starts to their Premier League campaigns.A month after demolishing City 3-0 in the Community Shield at Wembley, seventh-placed Arsenal have failed to reach the same high notes, drawing their last two league matches and losing French striker Olivier Giroud to injury.While a shortage of strikers cannot be blamed for City's inconsistent start, manager Manuel Pellegrini said they lacked a creative spark when they slipped to a surprise 1-0 home defeat by Stoke City last timeout.Champions City, so potent in front of goal last season, head to north London having let Spanish striker Alvaro Negredo join Valencia, while in-form forward Stevan Jovetic, who scored two goals against Liverpool, is struggling with a hamstring injury.Elsewhere Saturday, Liverpool host Aston Villa, Southampton entertain Newcastle United, Stoke City face Leicester City and Burnley travel to Crystal Palace hoping to build on their draw against Manchester United.
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