Premier League Match Of The Week: Financial head-to-head Man Utd v Arsenal

26 September 2019

Man Utd v Arsenal
Photo: Getty Images Manchester United will take comfort in the fact that Arsenal have failed to win at Old Trafford in a league game since September 2006.

Solskjaer and Emery enter the fixture as pressure mounts on the opposing managers to deliver, both in terms of results and play style, though Arsenal will at least be happy to have a three-point lead on the Norseman's squad before the match.

Manchester United's man in charge will take comfort in the fact that Arsenal have failed to win at Old Trafford in a league game since a single Emmanuel Adebayor goal in September 2006.

Arsenal's questionable defence could be boosted by the return of Hector Bellerin and Rob Holding, and new recruit Kieran Tierney could also feature, having played for the club's under-23 side last week. 

The situation for United is looking increasingly grim as they could be without Bailly, Shaw, Martial, Pogba and Rashford.