Manchester United

form

All
MUN 3 - 1 BRN
W
MUN 2 - 0 GRA
W
TOT 1 - 3 MUN
W
GRA 0 - 2 MUN
W
MUN 2 - 1 BHA
W
LEI 3 - 1 MUN
L
MIL 0 - 1 MUN
W
MUN 1 - 0 WHU
W
MUN 1 - 1 MIL
D
MCI 0 - 2 MUN
W
Arsenal

form

All
ARS 1 - 1 FUL
D
SLA 0 - 4 ARS
W
SHU 0 - 3 ARS
W
ARS 1 - 1 SLA
D
ARS 0 - 3 LIV
L
WHU 3 - 3 ARS
D
ARS 0 - 1 OLY
L
ARS 2 - 1 TOT
W
OLY 1 - 3 ARS
W
BRN 1 - 1 ARS
D
Head to Head
20 Matches (7 Draws)
7 Total wins 6
4 Home wins 4
3 Away wins 2
Last 5 Matches
0 Wins
2 Draw
3 Wins
ARS 0 - 0 MUN
MUN 0 - 1 ARS
ARS 2 - 0 MUN
MUN 1 - 1 ARS
ARS 2 - 0 MUN
1 Goals Scored 6
Games Over 2.5 Goals 0 / 5
Both Teams Scored 1 / 5
Team Comparison
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  • Distribution
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Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Manchester United are unbeaten in their last 12 Premier League games against Arsenal at Old Trafford (W8 D4 L0) since a 1-0 defeat in September 2006.
  2. Arsenal are looking to register consecutive Premier League victories over Man Utd for the first time since winning both matches in the 2006-07 campaign.
  3. All three of Arsenal’s away Premier League victories against Manchester United have been on different days of the week (Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday). This is only their third Premier League meeting with the Red Devils on a Monday, drawing 1-1 in January 2000 and losing 0-1 in December 2010.
  4. Arsenal have taken (1) or faced (3) a penalty in each of their last four Premier League games and could become just the sixth side in the competition’s history to see a penalty awarded in five successive games. This season, Man Utd have won the most (4) and Arsenal have conceded the most (3) spot-kicks in the competition.
  5. Manchester United have lost three of their last six Premier League home games (W2 D1), as many as they had in their previous 52 at Old Trafford (W32 D17 L3).
  6. Manchester United lost their last home league game against a London club (1-2 vs Crystal Palace) – they’ve not lost consecutive home games against sides from the capital since December 2001 (vs Chelsea and West Ham).
  7. Arsenal have conceded at least twice in each of their last four Premier League games – they’ve not shipped 2+ goals in five consecutive top-flight games since August 1985.
  8. Ole Gunnar Solskjær lost his first Premier League game against Arsenal as Manchester United boss, with only three Man Utd managers losing their first two league games against the Gunners – James West (1900), Tommy Docherty (1973) and Dave Sexton (1977/78).
  9. Jesse Lingard has scored four goals for Manchester United against Arsenal in all competitions, more than he has versus any other side for the Red Devils.
  10. Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has scored 13 goals in his last 13 starts in the Premier League, while his haul of six goals is the most by an Arsenal player in their first six games of the season since Emmanuel Adebayor in 2007-08 (also six).
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