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Arsenal bounced back from three defeats in a row by beating Chelsea 4-2 on Wednesday night – and the Gunners’ recent record at home against Manchester United will give them every reason to feel confident of repeating the feat on Saturday. Mikel Arteta’s side haven’t even conceded a goal in their last three Premier League games against United at the Emirates. To make it four unbeaten would really put the pressure on Spurs with just five games to go.
Eddie Nketiah keeps his place in the Arsenal team after his two goals at Stamford Bridge in midweek, with Cédric Soares in for Rob Holding the only change to the starting 11. Takehiro Tomiyasu makes the bench after a long injury lay-off.
Manchester United put in an insipid performance against Liverpool on Tuesday night, but they’re far from the only team to look lost against Jurgen Klopp’s rampaging side. The Red Devils are unbeaten in their last 13 Premier League visits to the capital, plus they won the reverse fixture at Old Trafford back in December. If Ralf Rangnick’s side were to win on Saturday it’d be their first league double over the Gunners since 2018. With new boss Erik ten Hag certain to be watching, the players will want to perform.
There are five changes to the side that was embarrassed at Anfield earlier in the week, with Raphaël Varane, Scott McTominay, Jadon Sancho and Alex Telles all recalled. Cristiano Ronaldo also returns to the side after missing out for personal reasons.