On Sunday, Manchester United and Arsenal go head to head at Old Trafford in what is a heated rivalry.
Erik ten Hag’s men are currently fifth following three wins in a row, whilst Arsenal are top of the league after five wins from five matches.
United’s last two games have seen them navigate their way past Leicester and Southampton by 1-0 scorelines in what have previously been tricky fixtures for the Red Devils. Prior to this, they sensationally kickstarted their season with a 2-1 win over Liverpool thanks to goals by Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford after suffering appalling 4-0 and 2-1 defeats to Brentford and Brighton.
Arsenal have been superb since the opening day of the season, having beaten Crystal Palace 2-0, Leicester City 4-2, Bournemouth 3-0 and earned back-to-back 2-1 victories over both Fulham and Aston Villa, of which Brazilian duo Gabriel Jesus and Gabriel Martinelli both bagged against the Villains.
The last time these two sides faced off at Old Trafford, United emerged as 3-2 victors under Michael Carrick, whilst Arsenal beat Sunday’s opponents 3-1 at the Emirates Stadium last April.