Arteta’s Arsenal welcome Manchester United on Saturday afternoon, this match can influence the premier League table as Man United lost to Sheffield United last night.
One of the defining rivalries of the Premier League era enters its latest chapter on Saturday afternoon when Arsenal welcome Manchester United to the Emirates Stadium.
Man United and Arsenal positions in the Premier League:
Seven places and 10 points separate the two sides in the table, but it is ninth-placed Arsenal who go into the game off the back of a victory while second-placed Manchester United were left reeling by defeat to Sheffield United last time out.
Arteta and Solskjaer Knowledge of the rivalries of the Two Clubs:
Two former players, Arteta and Solskjaer who know all about the history of this fixture are now in the dugouts, and they will no doubt be demanding that the current crop do their predecessors justice.
Mancgester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be demanding an immediate reaction from his side after they lost to a 2-1 home defeat at the hands of Sheffield United on Wednesday night, but for Arsenal’s Mikel Arteta the message will be to continue where they left off last time out.
Ahead of this important game, we are sharing here a combined XI comprising of seven United players and four from Arsenal.
Here’s the full line-up for the combined XI of Manchester United and Arsenal.
Goalkeeper: David de Gea-Man United
Centre-back: Harry Maguire- Man United
Centre-back: Gabriel- Arsenal
Left-wing-back: Tierney- Arsenal
Right-wing-back: Wan-Bissaka- Man United
Central-midfield: Pual Pogba- Man United
Central-midfield: McTominay-Man United
Central-midfield: Bruno Fernandes-Man United
Right-wing: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang-Arsenal
Left-wing: Bukayo Saka– Arsenal
Centre-forward: Marcus Rashford-Man United
Do agree this is the best possible combined XI for Arsenal and Manchester United?