Arsenal Vs Manchester United: Team News, Possible Lineup, and Head to Head
Arsenal Vs Manchester United: Team News, Possible Lineup, and Head to Head

Arsenal Vs Manchester United: Team News, Possible Lineup, and Head to Head

Arsenal and Manchester United will renew their rivalry when the two sides meet on Saturday in a potential make or break for both sides’ top-four chances.

Arsenal enters this match with much confidence after beating Chelsea 4-2 at Stamford Bridge. Goals from Eddie Nketial(2), Smith Rowe, and Bukayo Saka gave the Gunners the vital win to keep their top-four dreams alive.

The Gunners are currently sixth on the League table on the same points level as the fourth-placed team Tottenham. a win against Manchester United will move them three points ahead of Tottenham who plays Brentford on Sunday.

Manchester United announced the signing of Erik Ten Hag as their new manager coming next season Tuesday.

The Red Devils suffered a humiliating 4-0 defeat in the hands of Liverpool on Tuesday at Anfield.

They face a tricky trip to Emirates this on Sunday knowing a win against Arsenal will put them in a great position for a top-four finish this season.

Manchester United have faced criticisms from all quarters especially from their Legend following their horrible showing against Liverpool.

The United fans will hope the announcement of a new manager will bring some sense of renewal of mentality from players as they face Arsenal.

Arsenal Team News

Thomas Partey and Kieran Tierney are out of Saturday’s game. Arteta has no new injury concerns after Wednesday’s win.

Manchester United Team News

Paul Pogba who sustained a calf injury at Anfield will join Luke Shaw, Fred, and Edinson Cavani in the medical room.

Arsenal Possible Lineup

Ramsdale

White, Holding, Gabriel, Tavares

Xhaka, Elneny;

Saka, Odegaard, Smith Rowe

Nketiah

Manchester United Possible Lineup

De Gea

Wan-Bissaka, Maguire, Lindelof, Telles

Matic, McTominay

Elanga, Fernandes, Sancho

Ronaldo

Arsenal and Manchester United Head to Head 

Arsenal wins: 85

Draws: 50

Manchester United wins: 100

Match Officials

Referee: Craig Pawson

Assistants: Eddie Smart, Dan Robathan

Fourth official: David Coote

VAR: Jarred Gillet

Assistant VAR: Sian Massey-Ellis