Manchester United vs Arsenal all important details ahead of kickoff

of the biggest clubs in the Premier league face each other on Monday evening.
Manchester united and Arsenal are arch rivals, a rivalry that had peaked more
than a decade ago during Sir Alex Ferguson vs Arsene Wenger era. The fixture
had earned the “title decider” tag as for for nine seasons, the title moved exclusively between
Manchester and north London.

Tonight’s fixture doesn’t have much impact on title race, but
it still remains a mouthwatering clash where both camps will be
hoping for maximum points. A win for Arsenal will be their first at Old
trafford since 2006 in the premier league while Man united will be hoping to
bounce back and overcome previous fixture nightmares where they lost to

Man United vs Arsenal Stats

  • Arsenal are without a win in their last 12 top-flight
    away games at Manchester United and have won just three of 27 Premier
    League matches at Old Trafford. All three of those victories were by a 1-0
    scoreline and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer played for the Red Devils in all three
    of those defeats.
  • Arsenal are aiming to win consecutive league matches
    against Manchester United for the first time since 2006-07.
  • Manchester United have lost three of their last six
    Premier League home games, as many as they had in their previous 52 at Old
  • The Red Devils have not lost consecutive home games
    against sides from London since December 2001 when they were defeated by
    Chelsea and West Ham.
  • Manchester United’s Premier League record under Ole
    Gunnar Solskjaer is 14 wins, six draws and seven defeats – matching their
    results in Jose Mourinho’s final 27 matches.
  • They could fail to reach double figures in points after
    seven matches of a top-flight season for the first time since 1989-90. The
    Red Devils finished 13th in that campaign.
  • Solskjaer’s side have scored more than one goal in only
    one of their last 11 Premier League matches – their 4-0 win against
    Chelsea on the opening weekend.
  • Manchester United have been awarded four penalties this
    season, the most in the Premier League, while Arsenal have conceded the
    most (three).
  • The
    Gunners have kept only one clean sheet in their last 11 league matches. 
    have conceded at least twice in each of their last four league games – they’ve
    not let in two or more goals in five consecutive top-flight games since August
  • Pierre-Emerick
    Aubameyang has scored 13 goals in his last 13 Premier League starts. However,
    he has failed to score or provide an assist in all eight Premier League away
    appearances against sides from the established top six.
  •  Nicolas
    Pepe has converted 10 penalties since the start of last season, the joint-most
    in Europe’s top five leagues (prior to the latest round of matches).

How to Watch Man United vs Arsenal

Watch Man Utd vs Arsenal live on Monday Night Football from
7pm on Sky Sports Premier League; Kick-off 8pm in UK
Watch Man united vs Arsenal Live on Supersport 3 Africa from
10pm EAT

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