Arsenal vs Manchester United: Match preview
From the very first day of New 2020, a big derby of English football awaits us, Arsenal welcome Manchester United. Unfortunately, the two greats of world football have stumbled a lot in the past, and this season they will not wonder when it comes to championship cups.
But that doesn’t mean that points don’t matter, on the contrary. It’s hard to imagine that both teams will win the Champions League standings. It’s much easier to imagine that neither will. Still, chances of at least one of the two rivals are always there. Much will depend on their duel.
Arsenal team news:
We believe it’s hard for Arsenal fans to look at the Premier League table. Their players are only in 12th place with 24 points, even 31 less than leading Liverpool. Unheard of! After Emery’s departure, Freddie Ljungberg was briefly retained on the bench, but he was the current solution, since he did not even have a license to run the club independently.
Former Arsenal player Mikel Arteta, a former assistant to Pep Guardiola in Manchester City, has been selected as the new coach. Although making his debut as first coach, the Spaniard has already shown that he knows his job.
Arsenal played two good games, but the losing mentality is deeply ingrained, so they only managed to score one point instead of the six they deserved. The score was taken from Bournemouth and led to Chelsea until the very end, when they sank into the brick for four minutes and remained without even one point.
They have won just two points in the last four rounds. Without triumphing over West Ham, Arsenal would tie 12 games without a win.
Probable lineup: Leno, Maitland-Niles, Mustafi, Luiz, Saka, Xhaka, Torreira, Nelson, Ozil, Aubameyang, Lacazette.
Manchester United team news:
It doesn’t go as planned in United, but the administration has patience for Solskjaer, which is commendable. He hasn’t been bad at United lately though, although his start to the season has been his worst since they play Premier League.
The Red Devils have had some great releases, victories over Tottenham and City are certainly such issues, but winning points against Newcastle and Burnley is not to be underestimated. Of course, the Watford psoriasis hurt, but the “hornets” had to beat someone.
If they had beaten Watford, United would have been just four points behind Chelsea. The advantage of four points is not elusive, of course, but the oscillations in the game must be kept to a minimum. The Norwegian should be credited with giving young players a chance.
Probable lineup: De Gea, Wan Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Shaw, Matić, Fred, James, Pereira, Rashford, Martial.
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