Arsenal beat Tottenham last weekend as they continue to overcome the difficult challenges. United are the only side to beat Arsenal in 18 league games so far. Their win back in September came courtesy of goals from Antony and a Marcus Rashford brace. Erik ten Hag's side were held to a draw at Crystal Palace in the week as the Eagles secured a stoppage time equaliser. It halted a winning run of five games - the latest coming over neighbours Manchester City. A win in north London would cut the gap to Arsenal and, potentially, breed life into a title charge that looked beyond them earlier this season. United haven't won at Arsenal in the league since 2017 though, losing on three of their last four visits. Arsenal, meanwhile, have dropped points just once in north London this term - back when Newcastle held them to a goalless draw. Ten Hag is yet to see his side win away at any of the conventional big six - losing to City and securing a late draw at Chelsea.
In their last seven Premier League meetings in London, Arsenal have won five of seven and lost just once. Last campaign was a 3-1 victory but United could complete the double over the Gunners for only the second time since Sir Alex Ferguson retired back in 2013. Arteta is yet to see his men concede in 2023 after a goalless draw with Newcastle United and clean sheets against both Oxford United and Tottenham Hotspur.
Casemiro, who was booked in the draw at Palace, will miss the game through suspension and is a massive loss given his influence. But the United boss is confident they can get the job done without the Brazilian. He said: “Last time we beat Arsenal without Casemiro, so we have an idea of how to do it. " Antony scored on his Man Utd debut when they beat Arsenal earlier this season ( Image: Getty Images) When is the game? Arsenal will host United at the Emirates Stadium this Sunday, January 22.
Arsenal vs Man Utd - Kick-off time, TV channel and live stream detailsArsenal will host Manchester United on Sunday afternoon in north London as Erik ten Hag's side look to repeat their win over the Gunners earlier this season - the only time Mikel Arteta's side have lost this termVideo LoadingVideo UnavailableTen Hag previews Man Utd's trip to Arsenal Arsenal will be looking to establish themselves as the Premier League's leading outfit when they host Manchester United on Sunday. The Gunners' hopes of landing a first league title since 2004 are gathering momentum and seeing off an in-form Red Devils side would be another major statement.
Arsenal vs. Manchester United live stream: How to watch Premier League live online, TV channel, pick, timeGetty Images Arsenal welcome Manchester United to Emirates Stadium Sunday knowing that a win could keep them in a position to open up an eight-point gap over Manchester City in second. The Gunners currently lead the Premier League by five points but Mikel Arteta's men have a game in hand over Pep Guardiola's chasing group. Erik ten Hag's Red Devils are three points further back and could close to within five points of Arsenal too despite the capital outfit's extra game. Arteta's side have only tasted defeat once in the league so far this season and that was against United back in September.
Kick-off in the capital is 4. 30pm How can I watch it? Sky Sports will be your place to go to watch the heavyweight encounter. Build-up begins at 4pm and will be shown on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event. Subscribers who can't get to a TV can keep up with the match via the SkyGo app, available on phones, tablets and laptops. Team News Arsenal continue to be without Gabriel Jesus, who is a long-term absentee, leaving Eddie Nketiah to lead the line. Casemiro is missing through suspension, which could bring either Fred or Scott McTominay back into the fold.
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