Manchester United put up an impressive showing- perhaps one of the most dominant of the season- when they played host to Arsenal in an early Saturday kick off. Jose Mourinho’s charges were in cruise control of the encounter from the onset, with the visitors seeing none of the ball for greater margins of the game.
Praveen’s latest “The Arsenal Annals” column. Arsenal travel to Manchester United in search of their first win at Old Trafford since September 2006; however, the Saturday’s early kickoff presents them an easy opportunity to overcome the United hoodoo given the form of either side heading into the game. On the back of a 16-game undefeated
Manchester United vs Arsenal is a fixture that rarely fails to amaze. Whether it be ferocious tackles, a plethora of goals, the passion on show or just the context that surrounds it, this is a clash that lives up to expectation, more often than not. Saturday lunchtime should be no different for several reasons. Manchester
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Arsene Wenger’s rejuvenated Arsenal wanted to send a clear message to the other teams by making a statement at Old Trafford but failed. Robin Van Persie’s header was enough to secure all three points against rivals Arsenal, as majority believed that win could dampen the Gunners title aspirations and make the Red Devils title contenders.
Two fierce rivals go head-to-head as the Londoners opt to re-find their form after a somehow mediocre performance against QPR last Saturday. While the home side look to continue their good run in the Premier League and increase the pressure on Chelsea at the top of the table. If Arsenal win on Saturday they will