Arsenal will look to build on from their win over West Ham and get something from the game against the champions Manchester City at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday evening.

Freddie Ljungberg’s men won their first league game in two months at the London stadium on Monday, before making a spirited come back at Standard Liege in the Europa League, with a younger side.

Now, the aim would be to keep the momentum going, even though it won’t be easy against City, who will be looking to get back to winning ways after losing the Manchester derby last week.

In terms of team news, Kieran Tierney is out for the long-term after having his shoulder injury aggravated against West Ham. Hector Bellerin has failed a fitness test, while Nicolas Pepe seemed to have recovered from his niggle.

Granit Xhaka will miss this game due to concussion protocols, while Rob Holding’s knee issue hasn’t subsided yet.

Here’s how we think Ljungberg may pick his XI in this game: