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Both Arsenal and Manchester United have an awful lot to prove after their last Premier League fixtures.

The Gunners, who have ridden so high for most of the season, suffered an embarrassing 5-1 defeat against Liverpool on Saturday. Arsene Wenger’s men are now one point behind Chelsea in second, while their upcoming opponents are nowhere to be seen in the title race.

United, if you haven’t heard, are 15 points off the Premier League summit. After the Red Devils’ recent 2-2 draw with Fulham—another match that saw David Moyes’ side throw away points by conceding a late goal—seventh is looking generous.

As this season has proven, anything can happen when Arsenal meet United at the Emirates on Feb. 12. Let’s take a look at the latest quotes, key battles and try to predict who will come out on top.

Latest Quotes

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Mikel Arteta described Wenger’s reaction in a post-match interview after the Liverpool thrashing, highlighting the Frenchman’s anger, per Andy Hunter of The Guardian:

“The manager was really upset at half-time, that’s normal because it wasn’t good enough for this football club. It was the angriest I have seen him,” said the Gunners vice-captain.

Wenger can rightfully expect a response and needs his team to grab three points if they are to remain serious title contenders. The boss took little positives from the Anfield defeat, reported by Sky Sports:

“What is important is that we respond to that result, especially respond with a different performance because our performance overall was poor,” said the Arsenal manager.

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Juan Mata led the charge from United’s point of view. The newly acquired Spaniard suggests togetherness will get the failing squad through these difficult times:

Midfielder @JuanMata8 says: “The way to carry on is to stick together – the team and the fans – learn from mistakes and be positive.” #mufc
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) February 10, 2014

Key Battles

Undoubtedly the most striking statistic of recent times saw United flood Fulham’s box with 81 crosses during the 2-2 draw, per OptaJoe:

18 – Just 18 of Manchester United’s 81 crosses against Fulham found a teammate. Fruitless.
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) February 9, 2014

While this unimaginative tactic failed to work, Moyes’ team have showed little creativity in other areas and are likely to try and exploit Arsenal’s recent lack of effectiveness when dealing with balls from the flank.

Martin Skrtel outwitted Per Mertesacker and Laurent Koscielny to score twice during the Liverpool game, suggesting United’s best route to goal could be through the strategy that has caused many fans to despair across the last few days.

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There’s also the small matter that Robin van Persie nodded home the only goal of the game when these two teams met in November. Mertesacker wasn’t planted in the middle of defence that day, suggesting it could be more difficult this time round.

Arsenal’s central midfield will look to dominate this game and if they hit full flow, they will easily brush through United’s struggling legs.

Wenger’s players need to employ an energetic, busy sense of play and keep the ball moving quickly. Not only will this stop the opposition from entering any kind of rhythm, it will give the home side assurance after a difficult week.

Prediction

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Despite their Merseyside misery, it’s difficult to look beyond Arsenal for this one. The Gunners have lost just one of their 12 home matches this season—the opening day 3-1 loss to Aston Villa back in August—and they will be fired up to provide supporters with hope ahead of a crucial few weeks.

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United have suffered defeat in their last two away matches, but they will be pleased to spend some time away from Old Trafford. The Theatre of Dreams has become a cauldron of pressure for the Premier League champions, who have won just two of their last six domestic games.

Moyes’ squad have shown nothing to highlight they will turn this around. Fourth spot is looking extremely unlikely, as United will have to prepare for next season’s absence from the Champions League. Arsenal can confirm this with a win, while also placing their title charge firmly back on track.

One other thing: expect a hostile reaction for RVP, who celebrated wildly when he scored against his former club in this season’s earlier clash. The Dutchman has netted in all three games vs. Arsenal since joining United but don’t expect him to do the same this time round.

Arsenal is the betting favorite in their midweek match against Manchester United, but can they get over their last game, an embarrassing thrashing against Liverpool?

The Gunners fell out of first place with a feeble 5-1 loss over the weekend, but most oddsmakers monitored by Odds Shark seem to believe the Gunners can rebound.

Most shops had Arsenal at +110 at home with Manchester United at +275 and a draw line of +250 as of Tuesday, according to the Arsenal-United matchup report.

With the Gunners’ loss to the Reds, they now sit in second place in the EPL table, just one point behind Chelsea. Manchester United have not had a good EPL season, sitting in seventh place 15 points back of Chelsea.

In their last two matches, Manchester United have a loss and a draw. In their last match, they played to an astonishing home 2-2 draw facing a Fulham squad that sits dead last in the league table.

After their 5-1 drubbing against Liverpool, Arsenal midfielder Mikel Arteta told reporters that manager Arsene Wenger “was the angriest I have seen him.” That’s not surprising since Arsenal was down 4-0 after only 20 minutes of play.

Arsenal lost one other match badly this season, which was 6-3 to Manchester City in mid-December. However, the Gunners responded with an eight-match unbeaten streak that was snapped by Liverpool.

United have not looked like a typical Red Devils squad, as they have had big issues on both sides of the pitch and have already lost five home matches. They have given up two goals in each of their last two matches.

Robin van Persie, who has scored a goal in each of the last two games, is back on the pitch after missing time with an injury. But while he and Wayne Rooney lead an offense that has been solid, the defense has been extremely porous.

Arsenal scoring leader Olivier Giroud, Arteta and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will be counted on at home to provide the offensive spark for the Gunners.

Expect the Gunners to display a superior effort in the midfield than they did against Liverpool. Earlier this season at Old Trafford, United beat Arsenal 1-0.

Prediction: 1-1 draw

David Moyes has urged his Manchester United team to replicate the performance they produced in beating Arsenal at Old Trafford in November when they play the return fixture at the Emirates on Wednesday night.

The United manager called the 1-0 win – in which Robin van Persie scored the winner against his former club – their ‘most sustained’ display of his debut season in charge and pledged to go on the offensive in London.

Moyes is keen for a reaction after the disappointment of Sunday’s 2-2 draw against bottom-of-the-table Fulham, which saw Darren Bent score a 94th-minute leveller after United had come from a goal down.

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Bounce back: David Moyes takes his Manchester United team to title-chasing Arsenal looking for a response from his players after Sunday’s 2-2 draw with Fulham

Bounce back: David Moyes takes his Manchester United team to title-chasing Arsenal looking for a response from his players after Sunday’s 2-2 draw with Fulham

Highlight of the season: Robin van Persie heads home the winner as Man United beat Arsenal 1-0 at Old Trafford back in November

Highlight of the season: Robin van Persie heads home the winner as Man United beat Arsenal 1-0 at Old Trafford back in November

Time to celebrate: Van Persie celebrates with Wayne Rooney and Phil Jones after scoring the winner at Old Trafford

Time to celebrate: Van Persie celebrates with Wayne Rooney and Phil Jones after scoring the winner at Old Trafford

UNITED’S NEXT SIX FIXTURES

February 12 Arsenal (A)
February 22 Crystal Palace (A)
February 25 Olympiacos (A)
Champions League Round of 16, first leg
March 8 West Brom (A)
March 16 Liverpool (H)
March 19 Olympiacos (H)
Champions League Round of 16, second leg

It kept United in a lowly seventh place, with the customary post-Christmas surge not materialising and even qualification for the Champions League looking a tall order.

Speaking in his press conference before the Arsenal match, Moyes said: ‘We’ll always go and try to get a good result. We got a good results against them here at Old Trafford earlier in the season and we’ll try to do the same again.

‘We’ve played better in several games but in that one we got the goal and sometimes that makes a difference.

‘We’ll go and play. We are a top side and hopefully we’ll go and show that we are, play well and do everything we can to pick up the three points.’
Moyes says Man United will be doing everything to beat Arsenal
A new low: David Moyes looks close to tears after United were held at home by Fulham on Sunday, leaving them 15 points off the top

A new low: David Moyes looks close to tears after United were held at home by Fulham on Sunday, leaving them 15 points off the top

Misery: Wayne Rooney failed to connect with strike partner Robin van Persie (below), exchanging just six passes during the 2-2 draw with Fulham

Misery: Wayne Rooney failed to connect with strike partner Robin van Persie (below), exchanging just six passes during the 2-2 draw with Fulham

Title race: How the table looks ahead of the midweek fixtures. Chelsea can extend their advantage with a win at West Brom on Tuesday night

Title race: How the table looks ahead of the midweek fixtures. Chelsea can extend their advantage with a win at West Brom on Tuesday night

Moyes rued United’s bad fortune in the wake of Sunday’s draw. After two goals in as many minutes from Van Persie and Michael Carrick, United led with just 10 minutes to play but couldn’t hold on.

They bombarded the Fulham defence with 81 crosses – a record figure for any match in a major European league since 2006 – and wasted a succession of chances.

Asked to put Sunday’s result into perspective, Moyes said: ‘We played well and in any other game you would have scored many goals.

‘We didn’t get it on the day. Everybody keeps telling me about the stats and the opportunities we had so we had plenty of chances to win the game.
Rumours of a return: There is speculation that Robin van Persie could be in line for a return to Arsenal

Rumours of a return: There is speculation that Robin van Persie could be in line for a return to Arsenal

Everything to play for: Matches between Arsenal and Manchester United have always had a bearing on the Premier League title race. This is the famous Martin Keown-Ruud van Nistelrooy clash in 2003

Everything to play for: Matches between Arsenal and Manchester United have always had a bearing on the Premier League title race. This is the famous Martin Keown-Ruud van Nistelrooy clash in 2003

Title-decider: This goal by Marc Overmars at Old Trafford blew turned the tide in Arsenal’s favour in 1998

Title-decider: This goal by Marc Overmars at Old Trafford blew turned the tide in Arsenal’s favour in 1998

‘Football does that sometimes and we have to make sure it doesn’t happen too often but I do think there have been a few twists this season and hopefully we’ll get them back in the future.

‘You just continue doing the right things. We’re doing the right things, we need to keep going and your luck will change, there’s no doubt about that.’

United face Arsenal at a comparatively good time with the Gunners smarting after their 5-1 thrashing at the hands of Liverpool on Saturday.
Sage: Manager Arsene Wenger passes on instructions to Jack Wilshere ahead of the crunch match at the Emirates

Sage: Manager Arsene Wenger passes on instructions to Jack Wilshere ahead of the crunch match at the Emirates

It was a terrible start to a difficult run of fixtures which sees Arsenal hosting Liverpool in the fifth round of the FA Cup on Sunday and then Bayern Munich in the Champions League next Wednesday.

While they fight to keep their Cup hopes alive at the weekend, United will be in Dubai for some warm-weather training.

Moyes confirmed that, contrary to reports in the press that a retirement is imminent, Rio Ferdinand would be joining them in the Middle-East.

He said: ‘We’ve got a chance to have a few days and we’ll see. We’ve got a big Champions League game [against Olympiacos] coming up in just over a week’s time.’
ARSENAL vs MANCHESTER UNITED STAT PACK

Arsenal have kept 10 clean sheets in their last 11 matches in all competitions at the Emirates Stadium and conceded just one in the other match.
Robin van Persie has scored in each of the last five meetings between these two teams, the first two times for Arsenal and the last three for Man Utd.
The Gunners have won six of their last eight Barclays Premier League games at home by a 2-0 scoreline.
Arsene Wenger’s side have won 15 and lost just one of their last 21 Premier League home matches (D5) and in that run only two teams have managed to score more than one goals at the Emirates.
Man Utd have only failed to score in one of their last 24 Premier League away games, but they have only kept two clean sheets in their last 15 on the road in the competition.
Arsenal have won just one of the last 10 Premier League games against Manchester United (W1 D2 L7).
Juan Mata has scored in each of his four starts against Arsenal in all competitions.
David Moyes has never won a Premier League game away from home as a manager against Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool or Man Utd (P48 W0 D18 L30).
Wayne Rooney has scored 10 Premier League goals against Arsenal (including his first and his 100th), his joint-highest tally against any opponent and also the joint-most by any player against Arsenal in the competition (along with Robbie Fowler).
This is the first time that Arsenal and Manchester United will meet in a Premier League match after both failing to win their preceding fixture since April 2008.

The Arsenal F.C.–Manchester United F.C. rivalry is a notable rivalry in English football as both clubs are recognised as having great history and traditions.[1] Although the two clubs have frequently been in the same division as each other since 1919, the rivalry has largely arisen since around 1990. Many of the clashes in recent times between the two teams in the late 1990s and early 2000s have been due to the teams being fierce rivals for the Premier League and FA Cup. During this period, there was enmity between the two longest serving managers in Premier League history,[2] Arsenal’s Arsène Wenger (1996-present) and United’s Sir Alex Ferguson (1986-2013), and their former club captains Patrick Vieira and Roy Keane.[3][4] The rivalry has been noted for on-field trouble, particularly the contests in 1990, culminating in 2003 and 2004.

In recent years with Arsenal being less competitive, the rivalry has diminished somewhat according to former Arsenal player Lee Dixon, while Sir Alex Ferguson has also stated that the two teams have cooled from those previously “heated” exchanges.[1][5] The transfer of Arsenal striker and captain Robin van Persie to Manchester United in 2012 reignited hostilities between the two clubs, which grew more intense in the 2013–14 Premier League season when Arsenal were re-established as title contenders while Manchester United struggled to cope with the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson.

Contents

1 Origins
2 1989 to 2009
3 Recent years
4 Crossing the divide
4.1 Arsenal, then Manchester United
4.2 Manchester United, then Arsenal
5 Results
5.1 Premier League
5.2 Other results since 1996
6 References
7 External links

Origins

A particularly memorable match between the two sides came on 1 February 1958, when they met in a league fixture at Highbury – the last league game that United played before the Munich air disaster five days later, which claimed the lives of eight of their players and saw two other players injured to such an extent that they never played again. United won the game 5–4, with goals from Tommy Taylor (twice), Duncan Edwards, Bobby Charlton and Dennis Viollet. Five of the United players who would lose their lives as a result of crash took to the field in the game – captain and full-back Roger Byrne, right-half Eddie Colman, centre-half Mark Jones, left-half Duncan Edwards and centre-forward Tommy Taylor.

Although the two clubs had previously contested many important matches, such as the 1979 FA Cup Final, the rivalry is generally perceived to have begun with a notorious match at Old Trafford on 20 October 1990, which resulted in both clubs being docked points in the 1990–91 First Division. Alex Ferguson has stated that he believes that the rivalry predates this by a few years, however, to a match in January 1987 when David Rocastle was sent off for retaliating against a foul by Norman Whiteside.[6]

Another high profile clash came more than 20 years later, in the final of the FA Cup on 12 May 1979. A 100,000-strong crowd saw Arsenal take a 2–0 lead in the first half thanks to goals from Brian Talbot and Frank Stapleton, and with just five minutes left on the clock their lead was still intact. Then, in the 86th minute, Gordon McQueen pulled a goal back for United, and two minutes later they equalised with a goal from Sammy McIlroy. However, barely a minute after United equalised, Arsenal’s Alan Sunderland scored an 89th minute goal to win the cup 3–2 for Arsenal.
1989 to 2009

On 19 August 1989, at the beginning of Alex Ferguson’s fourth season as Manchester United manager (and with the club still yet to win any silverware under his management), defending league champions Arsenal travelled to Old Trafford for the first league game of the season. United won 4–1 with goals from Steve Bruce, Mark Hughes, Brian McClair and new signing Neil Webb, with Arsenal’s consolation goal being scored by David Rocastle. Arsenal finished the season fourth in First Division with 62 points, putting them 17 points adrift of champions Liverpool. Although United had a disappointing season in the league, finishing 13th (five points and five places clear of the relegation zone), they ended the season as winners of the FA Cup.

In 1990–91, Arsenal won the second of their league titles under the management of George Graham, losing just one of their 38 league games all season. They sealed their title on 6 May 1991, just before the kick-off in their league game against United at Highbury, which they went on to win 3–1. Their title was confirmed without kicking a ball as their last remaining challengers Liverpool had been defeated by Nottingham Forest earlier in the day. The season had already seen two high profile clashes between United and Arsenal – one being the ill-tempered league clash at Old Trafford on 20 October, the other in the Football League Cup just over a month later. The two clubs were drawn to play at Highbury in the fourth round tie on 28 November 1990. United won the tie 6–2, with 19-year-old winger Lee Sharpe scoring a hat-trick.

After the arrival of Arsène Wenger in 1996, United and Arsenal became perennial rivals for the Premier League. In the first match at Highbury between the two sides after Wenger’s arrival, an antipathy between Arsenal’s Ian Wright and United’s Peter Schmeichel came to a head with confrontations on the pitch and in the tunnel after the match.[7] In April 1997, Ferguson publicly commented on Wenger’s views on United’s fixture list by saying: “Wenger doesn’t know anything about English football. He’s at a big club – well, Arsenal used to be big. He should keep his mouth shut, firmly shut. He’s a novice and should keep his opinions to Japanese football.”[8]

United had won four of the first five editions of the newly branded league, before Arsenal won the league and cup double in Wenger’s first full season in charge. The following season saw United win the treble, beating Arsenal by one point in the Premier League and in the semi-finals of the FA Cup. United followed this up with back-to-back Premier League wins in 1999–2000 and 2000–01, to become the first team to win three consecutive Premier League titles. Arsenal won a double for the second time under Wenger in 2001–02, securing the league title by beating United 1–0 at Old Trafford.[9] United again won the title back in 2002–03, where a late season encounter between the teams ended in controversial circumstances after Sol Campbell was sent off for an elbow on Ole Gunnar Solskjær.[10]

Another key point in this rivalry was during the 2003–04 Premier League season. During this year, Arsenal went on to win the league with an unbeaten record. They were labeled as “The Invincibles” and during their first game with Manchester United, they drew 0–0 at Old Trafford in a match dubbed the “Battle of Old Trafford”. Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira was sent off in the 80th minute for two bookable offences and in second half stoppage time, Gunners defender Martin Keown brought down United’s Diego Forlán in the Arsenal penalty area, Ruud van Nistelrooy stepped up for the spot kick but his shot rebounded off the crossbar. This was followed by scenes of jubilation from the Arsenal players, especially Martin Keown who confronted Van Nistelrooy after his miss. The resulting scuffle led to another fracas after the final whistle, which ended up with four players from both sides being given yellow cards.

The next game between these two clubs was held at Highbury, which resulted in a 1–1 tie. At the end of the season, Arsenal ended with 90 points while Manchester United finished with 75 points in the third position. Arsenal eclipsed Manchester United and truly began a hatred between the two clubs. Even famous arguments and fights occurred between players, such as Patrick Vieira and Roy Keane. Arsenal went on to hold a national record of 49 games unbeaten, which was ended by a controversial 2–0 defeat at Old Trafford after Wayne Rooney was accused of diving to win the penalty converted by Van Nistelrooy to give United the lead.[11] This game was later called “Battle of the Buffet” and was a huge catalyst in the ongoing rivalry of these two clubs. The clubs met again five weeks later in the 2004–05 Football League Cup quarter-finals at Old Trafford and even though both sides fielded weakened teams, the match was nothing short of drama. David Bellion gave United the lead in just 19 seconds, but tempers began to flare in the second half; a late tackle by Robin van Persie on Kieran Richardson resulted in a fracas between both sets of players, which concluded with both protagonists getting booked by referee Mark Halsey. The game finished 1–0.[12] In the reverse league fixture, Keane and Vieira had to be separated in the tunnel before the match by referee Graham Poll. Vieira gave Arsenal the lead in the eighth minute of the match but United ran out 4–2 winners.[13]

The 2005 FA Cup Final, between the two sides, was the first time in the competition’s history that the final was decided on a penalty shoot-out. Arsenal beat United 5–4, following a goalless draw after extra time.[14] Arsenal forward José Antonio Reyes became the second player in Cup Final history to be sent off, following his second yellow card near the end of extra time.
Recent years

With Chelsea’s back-to-back Premiership titles in 2004–05 and 2005–06 under José Mourinho, the United-Arsenal rivalry has cooled somewhat. United manager Alex Ferguson was heard remarking before the 6 May 2007 game between Arsenal and Chelsea that he was rooting for “The Gunners”, a game where Arsenal held Chelsea to a draw which clinched the title for United.[1][2] The teams met in the semi-finals of the 2008–09 UEFA Champions League with United winning 4–1 on aggregate.

In December 2010, United manager Alex Ferguson made a personal plea to the United fans to no longer sing a “sick” chant at Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger, as those kind of chants from fans were considered an embarrassment to Manchester United.[15] With both teams going for the Premier League title in May 2011, Arsenal won their first game against Manchester United since November 2008, to leave United just three points ahead of Chelsea and six ahead of Arsenal going into the final three games of the season. Nevertheless, United won the league, nine points ahead of Chelsea and twelve points ahead of Arsenal.

In August 2011, Arsenal suffered their heaviest league defeat in 84 years as they lost 8–2 to Manchester United at Old Trafford. Arsenal had not lost a league game by such a margin since 1927 when they lost 7–0 to West Ham United in the old Football League First Division.[16] This was also the first time they had conceded eight goals in a game since 1896, when they lost 8–0 to the now defunct Loughborough F.C. in the old Football League Second Division.[17]

In August 2012, then-Arsenal captain Robin van Persie transferred to Manchester United after stating that he would not renew his contract with Arsenal. Van Persie was in incredible form, after years of being very injury prone. It was speculated that he would move to a club overseas, as a sign of respect for his former club, but eventually, he controversially signed for Manchester United.

In recent years, Wenger has publicly paid tribute to Ferguson’s long success with United, saying “I don’t remember anybody else being at the top, top level for such a long time. In some ways it is scary as well because you think when this guy leaves the club, no matter of the quality of who comes in after him, it will be a huge hole. The club will be destabilised even if the guy who comes after him is top quality because the print of everything, the life of everything, revolves around Ferguson so much at Manchester United. He has to be immortal so the club doesn’t suffer! His commitment is always there, you never feel that his commitment is weakened. What I admire maybe the most in him is his forward-thinking. He is always ready to move with the times and never speaks about what he has done before. He knows when to renew the team, when you have to make changes, and that is exceptional because you can sometimes be a little bit lazy when you have so much success. He’s never been like that, he’s always on his toes and he can renew what is needed, when it is needed. It is a job where you need to dedicate your life to football and Ferguson has done that and that deserves massive respect. He has won absolutely everything and, of course, that is something exceptional.”[3][4] Ferguson also defended Wenger as indispensable to Arsenal and being correct to sell Cesc Fàbregas and Samir Nasri, saying “I would like to know who is going to replace him. The work he has done in the 15 years he has been at the club is the best in Arsenal’s history. Yes, he has not won a trophy for six years but what does that mean? The quality of his side has not been reduced. The competition is far greater now. When Arsenal and ourselves were going head-to-head, that went on for about eight years. It is a bit unfair of course, but who understands fairness and unfairness today? It is quite a cynical world. Supporters are far less easy to please than they were 20 years ago. But Arsenal answered everybody back on Wednesday [beating Udinese to qualify for the Champions League]. A lot of people thought they would go out. I didn’t. I thought they would win it. The game on Sunday will be another stepping stone for them.

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David Moyes’ Manchester United side will face a tough test as they look to restore confidence taking on Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday.

United will travel to north London following the disappointment of Darren Bent’s late equaliser in their 2-2 draw against bottom side Fulham at Old Trafford on Sunday. After recovering from 1-0 down to lead 2-1 going into stoppage time, Moyes’ side were pegged backby Darren Bent’s equaliser.

After picking up one point in their last two matches, the defending champions trail second-placed Arsenal by 14 points and have lost their last three away games in all competitions, but this is a fixture where United have a good recent record. Unbeaten in their last five matches against Arsenal and having suffered just one defeat in their previous five visits to Emirates Stadium in all competitions, United know how to grind out results against Arsene Wenger’s men.

Moyes will be looking to prevent Arsenal bouncing back from their 5-1 thrashing at Liverpool on Saturday. The heavy defeat at Anfield coupled with Chelsea’s 3-0 win over Newcastle United knocked Arsenal off top spot in the Barclays Premier League. Wenger, though, is confident of a response against Man Utd, pointing to Arsenal’s fine home form as the reason behind his optimism.

Arsenal lost only twice at Emirates Stadium in the Barclays Premier League in 2013 and are 11 games unbeaten there, a run that stretches back to the opening day of the season.

Their success at home has been built from the back, with the team keeping four successive clean sheets in the Barclays Premier League and seven shut-outs in their last eight league outings at Emirates Stadium. They will be hoping to stop former Arsenal striker Robin van Persie, who has scored eight times in his last nine Barclays Premier League matches, including the only goal when the two sides met at Old Trafford in November. Van Persie has netted in each of the three games against his old club since joining the Red Devils.

Marouane Fellaini (groin) and Jonny Evans (calf) are likely to miss out for Man Utd, although Phil Jones may return from concussion.

Mathieu Flamini serves the final game of his three-match ban for Arsenal, who will again be without Aaron Ramsey (thigh), Thomas Vermaelen (knee) and Kim Kallstrom (back). Jack Wilshere returned to the side at Liverpool following an ankle injury and suffered no ill-effects, so he is set to continue in midfield.

Arsenal from: Fabianski, Szczesny, Martinez, Gibbs, Jenkinson, Koscielny, Mertesacker, Monreal, Sagna, Arteta, Cazorla, Gnabry, Miyaichi, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Ozil, Rosicky, Wilshere, Zelalem, Bendtner, Giroud, Podolski, Sanogo.

Manchester United from: De Gea, Lindegaard, Buttner, Evra, Ferdinand, Jones, M Keane, Rafael, Smalling, Varela, Vidic, Carrick, Cleverley, Fletcher, Giggs, Januzaj, Kagawa, Mata, Valencia, Young, Hernandez, Rooney, Van Persie, Welbeck.

Match Appointments
Referee: Mark Clattenburg. Assistants: M Mullarkey, D Cann. Fourth Official: L Mason.

ESPN, FxFl, WGN, SUNS TV, Channel will broadcast Western Michigan vs North Carolina State Live Streaming Barclays Premier League Playoffs Football game. And also available ESPN, WATCH ESPN, ESPN 3, Big Ten Network, ESPN U, FOX Sports 1, CBS Sports Network, ESPNEWS, abc, ESPN 2, Pac-12 Network, LONGHORN NETWORK, GAMAN, NET TV, PACN, FS1, FCS, CHSS, ESGP, FSN, TAPV, BTN, ROOT, ESNN, SECN, BTN2 TV channel. Barclays Premier League Football 2014 series will be kicking off today with Western Michigan vs North Carolina State live. Hey Football fan what a exclusive Football match Western Michigan vs North Carolina State is ! Welcome to enjoy Western Michigan vs North Carolina State live streaming online Football game. This game of Barclays Premier League Football 2014-14 seasons. Western Michigan vs North Carolina State live Football streaming online all of you can watch here. Please don’t miss this game!
ESPN.com’s Power Rankings
1 Alabama 2 Ohio State 3 Oregon 4 Stanford 5 Texas A&M 6 South Carolina 7 Georgia 8 Louisville 9 Clemson 10 Florida 11 Florida State 12 LSU 13 Notre Dame 14 Michigan 15 Texas 16 Oklahoma State 17 Oklahoma 18 TCU 19 UCLA 20 Nebraska 21 Boise State 22 Northwestern 23 Oregon State 24 USC 25 Baylor
AP Top 25

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1 Alabama(58) 2 Ohio State (1) 3 Oregon 5 Georgia (1) 6 South Carolina 7 Texas A&M 8 Clemson 9 Louisville 10 Florida 11 Florida State 12 LSU 13 Oklahoma 14 Notre Dame 15 Texas 16 Oklahoma 17 Michigan 18 Nebraska 19 Boise State 20 TCU 21 UCLA 22 Northwestern 23 Wisconsin 24 USC 25 Oregon
USA Today Poll
1 Alabama (58) 2 Ohio State (3) 3 Oregon 4 Stanford 5 Georgia 6 Texas A&M (1) 7 South Carolina 8 Clemson 9 Louisville 10 Florida 11 Notre Dame 12 Florida State 13 LSU 14 Oklahoma State 15 Texas 16 Oklahoma 17 Michigan 18 Nebraska 19 Boise State 20 TCU 21 UCLA 22 Northwestern 23 Wisconsin 24 USC 25 Oregon State
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Barclays Premier League is referred to football this is a American football played by teams of student athletes fielded by American universities, s, and military academies, on the other hand Canadian football played by teams of student athletes fielded by Canadian universities. It was through football play that American football rules first gained popularity in Canada and the United States. Sources (WIKI)
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