Everything you need to know ahead of the Premier League clash at Emirates Stadium on Saturday, The 10 Things You Must Know Arsenal vs Manchester United with both teams look like missing key players.
Arsenal have won their last 12 home Premier League matches in a row but number 13 will certainly take some doing.
United have three successive league wins under their belts going to north London, and now is not the time to let the intensity drop, otherwise their title challenge could quickly be over.
“Man Utd are a dangerous team, they have made fantastic results so to beat a team like that you need to be at your best and that’s what I want to focus on,” said Wenger ahead of the game.
A recent turn of fortunes has seen Arsenal record impressive victories over Tottenham, Burnley and most recently Huddersfield who the Gunners scored five past.
The Gunners haven’t won three successive home league games against United since May 1991 but will be confident of getting a positive result on Saturday after their recent run of form. click next to see ARSENAL INJURIES