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Kudus to Throw Partey a Party?

If Arsenal wins against the Merseyside Blue team (Everton), a draw between Manchester City and West Ham could push them to the title on goal difference.

Fans of Arsenal, particularly Ghanaians, are counting on West Ham’s Mohammed Kudus to cause an upset that will benefit his countryman, Partey who is playing for title contenders, Arsenal in the English Premier League. 

Arsenal, who last won the Premier League title in 2003, saw Manchester City rise to the top of the league table after defeating Tottenham on Tuesday, May 14, 2024, in a bid to win their fourth consecutive Premier League title under Pep Guardiola.

Manchester City’s chance of winning the title fourth time in a row is dependent on the outcome of their upcoming match against premier league side West Ham United on Sunday, while Arsenal faces Everton in a must-win game at the Emirates. 

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If Arsenal wins against the Merseyside Blue team (Everton), a draw between Manchester City and West Ham could push them to the title on goal difference.

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However, Ghanaian Arsenal supporters are counting on Kudus Mohammed, who has been a key player in most of the Hammers’ victories, to lead the Hammers to victory to allow Mikel Arteta’s side (Arsenal) a chance to win the Premier League title after a long PL trophy drought. 

Will Kudus throw a party for Thomas Partey this Sunday by defeating Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City in football’s most important and anticipated match? 

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Will the Arsenal have a chance to win the Premier League title this year?

Will Pep Guardiola’s side set a fourth-time PL consecutive win record?

With fingers crossed, we will see what kind of party Mohammed Kudus throws for his Blackstar teammate.

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