Arsenal and Manchester City will go in search of the maximum points when they meet at the Emirates stadium on Sunday.
Both Guardiola and Wenger will be looking to boost their respective top four chances when they clash in a week 31 encounter.
Both sides will head into the match in indifferent form as the Gunners have only won three of their last nine matches in all competitions, while City have only won one of their last four.
Arsenal will be particularly keen to secure all three points, as they are currently sixth in the Premier League standings and in real danger of missing out on a top four finish for the first time during Arsene Wenger’s rein as manager.
Recent history does not favour the Gunners in the fixture however, as they have failed to win their last two meetings with the Citizens, although they have not lost to the Manchester club on home soil since January 2013.
City won the reverse fixture 2-1 at the Etihad Stadium earlier in the season, with Leroy Sane and Raheem Sterling cancelling out Theo Walcott’s early opener.