Manchester City beat Arsenal 3-0. Reuters/Peter Cziborra
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Manchester City beat Arsenal 3-0 to win the League Cup final at Wembley Sunday but when the teams meet again in London Thursday it is unlikely the outcome will have any significant bearing on key Premier League issues.Like City they have a game in hand after playing in the League Cup final, but have 45 points and now lie eight points behind fifth-placed Chelsea plus another two adrift of Spurs.Those five teams are all competing in the Champions League this season – United as Europa League winners – but one of them seems almost certain to miss out.
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