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Victory over Man City hinges on Arsenal exploiting 38-year-old appointment

Some of the world's biggest talents will be on show when Arsenal and Manchester City face each other in the Carabao Cup final on Sunday, particularly in attack, but the 4.30pm kickoff at Wembley could well be decided by the referee – or, more accurately, one side's ability to exploit his style of officiating. Craig Pawson has been appointed to take charge of the contest that will end with the first trophy of the season and the 38-year-old is certainly amongst English football's stricter referees. In fact, from the 19 to oversee games in the Premier League this season, Pawson ranks in the top eight for fouls per game and fouls per tackle, while fifth for yellow cards per game and...
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