Welcome to our preview of this Premier League fixture between Arsenal and Manchester United. Arsenal’s nightmare February continues with a home match against a team that has been their nemesis in recent seasons. A quick look at previous fixtures will indicate that United have had the better of this match-up lately, and Arsenal will need to reverse that trend to keep up their title challenge.

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Previous Meetings

Premier League ‎(EPL)‎ 10 Nov 2013 Manchester United 1 – Arsenal FC 0
Premier League ‎(EPL)‎ 28 Apr 2013 Arsenal FC 1 – Manchester United 1
Premier League ‎(EPL)‎ 3 Nov 2012 Manchester United 2 – Arsenal FC 1
Premier League ‎(EPL)‎ 22 Jan 2012 Arsenal FC 1 – Manchester United 2
Premier League ‎(EPL)‎ 28 Aug 2011 Manchester United 8 – Arsenal FC 2

Goals Scored

Arsenal have scored 47 goals so far this season, while Manchester United have scored 39.

Goals Conceded

Arsenal have conceded 21 goals so far this season, while Manchester United have conceded 29.

Team and Selection News

Arsenal continue to struggle rather unfortunately with injuries. Aaron Ramsey will definitely miss this match, as will England midfielder Jack Wilshere, Kim Kallstrom is still out, while Theo Walcott won’t feature again this season. Abou Diaby is a long-term absentee, although this fixture should see Thomas Vermaelen and Mikel Arteta available for selection again. Manchester United will probably select fit again Rooney and van Persie to lead their forward line, but Phil Jones, Jonny Evans and Nani are all likely to miss this fixture with knocks.


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