Preview: Manchester United vs Arsenal (English Premier League)

Manchester United may be without Rafael, who has an ankle injury. 

 Danny Welbeck is still out with a knee injury.

Jonny Evans and Michael Carrick may return after respective back and calf problems, but Danny

Arsenal may welcome Mathieu Flamini back into the team as the medical team are confident the hard tackling midfielder will be fit despite a recent groin problem, while Jack Wilshere's ankle injury will be assessed.

Theo Walcott, Yaya Sanogo, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Lukas Podolski and Abou Diaby are still not available for selection due to injury.

 Match Preview

Currently Arsenal are rated as title contenders as they have been impressive since the first game of the season.

After the home loss to Arsenal, Borussia Dortmund's coach Jurgen Klopp said the current Arsenal side are good enough to become European champions and the gunners are balanced, stylish, full of goals and more secure at the back.

Arsenal were excellent in  beating Liverpool last week at the Emirates but a visit to Old Trafford is always hard despite Manchester united's current struggle.

With a new manager in David Moyes at Manchester United, they have looked poor against in the big games so far this season against Manchester city, Liverpool and Chelsea.

Losing today would leave them 11 points behind Arsenal, so I do not think losing is an option if they still want to challenge for the title which is the ambition every season at Old Trafford.

Ozil, Cazorla and Ramsey are in great form and if they get going today it might prove to be the difference as Manchester United have struggled to score goals in tight games this season.

I am going for a score draw, 1-1? or maybe 2-2?

But a home victory for Manchester united will open up the title race.

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