Arsenal and Manchester City will cross swords in FA Cup semifinals at Wembley on Sunday.
City manager Pep Guardiola said the Brazil worldwide will travel with the squad to London for the game at Wembley Stadium and didn't rule out starting him.
Guardiola admits that ending his first season in English football without any silverware will not be good enough to appease the club's Abu Dhabi-based owners, but believes that his side are good enough to overcome Arsenal en route to a sixth success in the competition. "We are going to travel, all the group, to Wembley, he will be part of that and after that we'll see". The gunners managed to salvage a point, twice coming back from behind against a rampant City team to settle the score at two apiece. Initially, he wasn't expected to return before May.
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Arsenal had an "easy" road to the semi-finals, having played non-league sides Sutton and Lincoln in the last two rounds, while City have faced Premier League sides in all but one of their five games to reach the semis.
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"I would like to win the FA Cup to prove to my players in their heads how good they are", Guardiola added.
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Sergio Aguero is their top scorer with 29 goals this season. "Arsenal would need Mesut Ozil to drop back into midfield to help out but I do not know if he is equipped to do that".
I think he'll play a similar system and hopefully we'll start to see a bit more fluency in the play, with Alexis Sanchez looking a bit more like himself.
Manchester City and Pep Guradiola, after they were winless in four straight fixtures - against Monaco, Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea, finally managed to connect two wins in a row. And we could have done better in terms of the results and even in the way we played because we wanted to be in title the race and Champions League until the end.
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"But they have to decide". I was so happy all the season, with up and downs. They are my bosses.
Club chiefs have been in contact with fans about improving the "matchday experience" as the Spaniard wants supporters to stay until the final whistle if they are chasing the game. The winner of this match-up will be facing the victors of the second FA Cup derby-duel between bitter rivals Chelsea FC and Tottenham, that will be played on Saturday.
They've also won the trophy 12 times, a joint-record alongside Manchester United. Winning titles helps you a lot. "That's why it is important for the club".
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