Can you name the two starting XI's from the last time Arsenal won at Old Trafford in the PL?

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Can you name the teams from the last time Arsenal beat Manchester United at Old Trafford in the Premier League?

There's been some big rivalries in the Premier League since it's inception back in 1992, but not many come close to that of Manchester United and Arsenal. These two clubs may not be close geographically but this hasn't had an impact on how both sets of supporters feel about each other. During the 90's and early 00's this was THE game in the Premier League. Sir Alex Ferguson v Arsene Wenger, Roy Keane v Patrick Vieira, Ruud van Nistelrooy v Thierry Henry - these encounters always delivered drama and they often played an important part in where the title would end up. The most famous of which came back in the 2001/02 season when The Gunners actually won the title courtesy of beating United 1-0 in Manchester, with Sylvain Wiltord the hero.

This fixture has changed slightly over the years with both clubs struggling to compete with the likes of Manchester City and Chelsea in the title race. United were the last of these two sides to win the title which came back in 2013, whilst Arsenal have been waiting since 2004. It's pretty fair to say that both clubs are going through transitional periods at the moment and Wednesday nights fixture at Old Trafford will be the first ever without Sir Alex Ferguson or Arsene Wenger on the touchline. Unai Emery will be making his first OT appearance as Arsenal boss and he'll be confident that his in-form Gunners can grab a positive result.

Should Arsenal come out on top in the north west it will be the first time that they've beaten the Red Devils away from home in the Premier League since 2006. It's been a very long wait for the Gunners supporters and they won that day in dramatic fashion, with an 86th minute Emmanuel Adebayor effort proving to be the difference. In the build up to the latest encounter between these two clubs we've put together a quiz that'll test your knowledge on that day. We want to see if you can name both line-ups inside 7 minutes, meaning there's 22 answers in total to guess. Give it your best shot below and tweet your attempts into us @FootyAccums to see how you compare with the rest of our followers!