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Man City have won their last 2 home games against Arsenal and the pair clash again in the Carling Cup Quarter-Finals – Simon Hopper gives you his top tip.

The Football Association will investigate the throwing of a camera onto the pitch during Sunday’s Premier League match between Arsenal and Chelsea.

Play stopped briefly midway through the first half at the Emirates, to enable referee Andre Marriner to remove the item, which appeared to be aimed at Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard.

The incident was mentioned by the referee in his match report and the FA will now contact Arsenal for further details.

Man City have won their last 2 home games against Arsenal and the pair clash again in the Carling Cup Quarter-Finals – Simon Hopper gives you his top tip.

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