The Gunners have found no Premier League ground more difficult to conquer
than Old Trafford, last winning at the stadium a decade ago, while Arsene Wenger
is yet to beat Jose Mourinho in a competitive fixture.
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purecontrol However, the visitors arrive in superior form, unbeaten
since the opening weekend of the season and in a position to go top of the
Premier League with a victory, while United are already eight points off the
pace with just five wins from 11.
vapor Here's what Charlie Nicholas, Matt Le Tissier, Paul Merson
and Phil Thompson are predicting for the clash…
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cleats Charlie says: It's one of the few games I am quite negative
about for my team, Arsenal. The reason being that none of them turn up for these
type of games away from home.
obra There are plenty of positives. Mesut Ozil has travelled, which
is great news so I'm expecting great things, Aaron Ramsey is back in action and
Theo Walcott hasn't played too many minutes, but they've let me down so many
times in these type of games.
The same happened last season when they needed to go there and really step up
their title bid against a vulnerable United and they failed miserably.
On current form, Arsenal should be going to win this, but I can't back them
because of the history at Old Trafford. If they start slowly then a Mourinho
team won't let them find their rhythm.
Everything tells you Arsenal are stronger and better, but this is when they
always let themselves down. I hope I'm wrong but I just don't see them
mercurial I think Marcus Rashford will start up front as his pace
has bothered us and I'm actually leaning more towards a United win than