Martin Atkinson will assume responsibility for City’s match with the Gunners at the Etihad Stadium.
The Citizens’ fans returned back in fantastic design last end of the week as they whipped Norwich City who has just gotten promotion from the Championship to the Premier League 5-0 to get a their first victory of the new season last week.
Guardiola will presently play host to his previous assistant Arteta at the Etihad Stadium, with winless Gunners being the guests – City’s last rival before the global break of the season.
Having lost to both the newly promoted Brentford and the Stamford Bridge outfit, The north Londoners wind up arranged in nineteenth spot in the PL table with pressure proceeding to mount on Mikel Arteta.
In front of City’s match with the Gunners, here are for the most part the subtleties encompassing the match officials for the game.
Martin Atkinson will assume responsibility for his third round of the new season, having been selected official for the match between Arsenal and the Premier League Champions.
The last time Martin Atkinson assumed responsibility for a Man City match was last season, in a 2-0 triumph for the Citizens away at Burnley toward the beginning of February.
The 50 year-old referee delivered 62 yellow cards and two red cards across 26 appearances during the 2020/21 campaign.
Atkinson will be joined by collaborator referees Richard West and Lee Betts at the Etihad Stadium.
Video Assistant Referees
Outlining procedures from Stockley Park, Darren England will be the Video Assistant Referee during the match and he will be joined by Assistant Video Referee Peter Kirkup at the VAR center.
In the mean time, Andy Madley will be accountable for dealing with the holes having been named as fourth referee for the match.