Arsenal FC take on Manchester United at the Emirates on Sunday hoping to make a statement with a victory against the league leaders following the disappointing loss in the UEFA Champions League in midweek
Arsenal v Manchester United Emirates Stadium Sunday, 04 October 2015 1500 hours UTC *** Manchester United and Arsenal will add another page to the annals of their storied rivalry as two of the biggest clubs in England lock horns again at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday. Both teams played in Europe mid-week and will not be wholly fresh for the encounter but if history is anything to go by, it will be another classic game between the two. Adding spice to the mix is the fact that Arsenal are only three points behind United in the league table and while a win for United would reinforce their presence at the top of the table, three points for Arsenal would put them level on points with United. Team News, Tactics and Probable Lineups Arsenal Arsenal enter this game in worst possible mental state, having lost to Olympiakos at home in Europe on Wednesday night. What should be more worrying for Arsenal […]
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Manchester United vs Sunderland Old Trafford, Manchester 26th September, 2015; 15:00 BST **** This Manchester United side have some frailties and allied with the injuries in defence it is a wonder that they could be top of the Premier League at 17:00 BST on Saturday. Louis Van Gaala s team enjoyed a decent workout against a second string Ipswich side in the Carling Cup in midweek and are strong favourites entering this match. Their opponents Sunderland are bottom of the league having lost four and drawn two of their opening six matches. After two years of just about managing to beat the drop, this could be the season when the Black Cats are demoted to the Championship. But if they want confidence ahead of a potentially daunting trip to Old Trafford they need to look back to May of 2014 when they won at The Theatre of Dreams thanks to a Sebastian Larsson strike. Team News & Tactics Manchester United […]
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