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MANCHESTER UNITED are back in a big Premier League clash TODAY as they take on Arsenal at home.

United still have Leicester to play tonight at the King Power, and they’ll be eager to pick up a win before their clash with the Gunners.

Man Utd beat Liverpool 2-1 earlier this season to get themselves back on track

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Man Utd beat Liverpool 2-1 earlier this season to get themselves back on trackCredit: EPA
Gabriel Jesus scored in Arsenal's win over Aston Villa on Wednesday night

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Gabriel Jesus scored in Arsenal’s win over Aston Villa on Wednesday nightCredit: Getty

Erik Ten Hag’s men have got themselves back on track since their opening two defeats of the season against Brighton and Brentford.

Wins over Liverpool and Southampton have brought United back into the fold and a win over the Foxes tonight would further cement themselves as top four candidates.

Arsenal, however, have started the season in blistering form, winning all five of their opening games.

The Gunners overcame Aston Villa 2-1 on Wednesday night, just days after coming from behind to beat Fulham too.

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What time does Man Utd vs Arsenal kick off?

  • Man Utd’s big clash with Arsenal will get underway from 4.30pm UK time on Sunday, September 4.
  • The game will be held at Old Trafford in Manchester.
  • The last time the two sides played, Arsenal came out on top 3-1 winners.

What channel is it and can it be live streamed?

  • Man Utd vs Arsenal will be shown live on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Football.
  • You can live stream the action from the Sky Go or NOW TV apps, both of which are available to download from your mobile or tablet device.

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Team news

Mikel Arteta spoke of the injury Martin Odegaard picked up in the win over Villa.

“He got a bad kick,” he said.

“He was struggling. It was very recent, so we’ll have to see over the next few hours how he recovers.”

Aaron Ramsdale also picked up a thigh injury in the win, but he managed to play the full 90 minutes.

Arteta said: “I think he felt something, I don’t know what exactly. He managed to finish the game, but he’s another we’ll have to assess.”

Arsenal will be hopeful Oleksandr Zinchenko will be back for the United clash, having missed the last two with a knee sprain.

United could give Antony his debut after signing for £85million.

Odds

  • Man Utd – 13/8
  • Draw – 12/5
  • Arsenal 31/20

*Odds courtesy of Betfair and correct at time of publication.

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