Manchester City Vs. Arsenal: A Prediction

True BlueCorrespondent ISeptember 11, 2009

PORTSMOUTH, ENGLAND - AUGUST 30:  Emmanuel Adebayor of Manchester City waves to the fans at the end of the Barclays Premier League match between Portsmouth and Manchester City at Fratton Park on August 30, 2009 in Portsmouth, England.  (Photo by Phil Cole/Getty Images)

For some time now, pundits have talked about Manchester City needing at least another season to be considered a team.

The ones who know argue that, as talented as the players City now has, they need time to gel, to become a unit.

I agree—to a point.

The season has started very well, with three league wins, a cup win, and a very impressive friendly win against Barcelona. All with no goals against.

It seems like the talented individuals are doing quite well already; imagine then what they will be like next season, or even in the second half of this season.

So tomorrow City faces its sternest test, Arsenal.

Prediction: City wins 2-0, with Adebayor and Ireland the scorers.

Throw all of the insults at me now, because I think come Saturday evening, I may well be looking rather smug.