The arch rivals step into the tomorrow's fixture with each confidence held high for their promising previous results. With Arsenal walking away with a 2-0 victory over Newcastle United, it's with no doubt that they face Manchester United with high expectations. The same goes to Manchester United where they snatched a crucial point from European champions and league leaders Chelsea.
But the question remains, to what extent are Arsenal the favourites? Or even Manchester United. But let's shift the focus to Arsenal and their chances of winning at Old Trafford. According to statistics by the SkySports Arsenal have not lost to Manchester United in their previous five meetings.
Out of the five, they have won three and drawn two with their last victory labeled iconic winning at Old Trafford by one goal that was banged in by Arsenal Captain Pierre Aubameyang.
If we judge by the previous head to head meetings, Arsenal comes out the favourite but the archaic rivals always present surprises and we have to wait, and see what the future holds.
What is your take on tomorrow's clash?
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