City sweating on Tevez and Robinho for Arsenal clash

MANCHESTER CITY could be without big-money buys Robinho and Carlos Tevez for Saturday&rsquo;s crunch clash with Arsenal.<br /><br />Eastlands boss Mark Hughes had already resigned himself to losing winger Robinho, who picked up a thigh injury in Brazil&rsquo;s World Cup qualifying victory with Argentina on Saturday night.<br /><br />But Hughes was then dealt a double blow when Argentina confirmed Tevez had twisted his knee in the same match, ruling him out of tomorrow&rsquo;s crucial qualifier with Paraguay.<br /><br />With neither expected back until Friday, Hughes was expected to rest both players anyway with an array of talent to choose from in reserve.<br /><br />Gunners boss Arsene Wenger will have some sympathy for Hughes, however, after losing defender Johan Djourou for six months to a knee injury while away with Switzerland.<br /><br />Meanwhile, Gunners captain Cesc Fabregas insists Arsenal will not be intimidated by anyone this season.<br /><br />Fabregas felt the narrow 2-1 defeat by Manchester United ten days ago showed a lot for the character in the side. &ldquo;It hurts to lose in that way, but we were denied many opportunities and it was a very physical game &ndash; maybe too physical &ndash; but we showed that we will not be bullied by anybody,&rdquo; Fabregas said. &ldquo;Clubs try not to let us play our style of football and some use questionable tactics, but we will not be intimidated by anyone.&rdquo;