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Arsenal seek to reverse United trend

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Arsenal resilience may come to the fore in crunch Man United clash

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger threatened to walk out of his pre-Manchester United news conference.

After what had been an awkward and fractious prematch news conference Friday, in which Arsene Wenger threatened to walk out for the first time in memory, there was a certain irony to the last question the Arsenal manager fielded ahead of this Sunday's home match with Manchester United.

He was asked about the importance of keeping on an even keel, about how he keeps his head when his team are losing games and all around are blaming him.

After facing so much criticism for the nature of his side's...

 By Nick Miller

Arsenal vs. Man United -- five questions ahead of Sunday's game

Former Arsenal player Emmanuel Petit believes Arsenal against Manchester United is bigger than any other rivalry in the Premier League.
The ESPN FC Crew discuss the strengths and weaknesses of each side ahead of Manchester United, Arsenal face-off in the Premier League this week.
The ESPN FC crew discuss whether or not Arsenal manager feels pressure to deliver results, as one of the few managers in the EPL whose job always seems secure.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal spoke ahead of his side's clash against Arsenal.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says he is a different type of manager to Arsene Wenger and Sir Alex Ferguson, but has achieved everything he has wanted to achieve in his managerial career.
Arsene Wenger admits Louis van Gaal's success at Manchester United has been "no surprise" to him, as his Arsenal team prepare to face United this weekend

Two clubs with 16 Premier League titles between them renew their rivalry on Sunday as Arsenal host Manchester United. ESPN FC takes a look at the five biggest questions ahead of the match.

Can Arsenal overcome their mental block regarding United?

Manchester United don't quite enjoy the same hold over Arsene Wenger as do Chelsea and Jose Mourinho. Arsenal won at Old Trafford in the FA Cup last season and they beat United in the Premier League in 2011, so this isn't a generation-long hex.

But still,...

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Chelsea still want Porto's Neves, United initially outbid for Martial

ESPN FC's Craig Burley says that if Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers can't manage a win this weekend against Everton, the manager may have to walk away from Anfield--alone.
Could Porto's Ruben Neves be the answer to Chelsea's midfield woe? The 18-year-old impressed in Tuesday's 2-1 win against Jose Mourinho's side.

The transfer window might be closed, but the rumours keep ticking. As always, Transfer Talk has the latest and greatest. See all the summer deals right here.

TOP STORY: Chelsea linked with Neves (again)

This blog had Chelsea showing interest in FC Porto youngster Ruben Neves a few weeks back. According to the Evening Standard, that mooted move is still on the table for Jose Mourinho and co.

Chelsea got a close-up look at the Porto midfielder on Tuesday in their 2-1 Champions League loss to...

 By Chris Wright

Man United man-of-the moment Juan Mata's blindfold free kick technique

Manchester United magician Juan Mata has been impressing everyone with his sublime displays this season. 

And he's proven to be on top of his game on the training pitch too, perfecting his blindfolded free kick prowess.

As posted on his official YouTube channel, the United playmaker tucked away four consecutive blind free-kicks -- you know, because being able to see properly while dispatching set pieces over the wall is just so old hat and all.

He's not half bad, this Mata lad. Who knows, he...

Arsenal seek reversal of trend against surging Manchester United

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Manchester United have answered their critics, as Morgan Schneiderlin suggests.

One of the best rivalries in English football is renewed on Sunday as Arsenal host Manchester United at the Emirates. Andrew Mangan (Arsenal) and Scott Patterson (Manchester United) lock horns to preview the match.

Assess each team's form going into this one

Andrew Mangan: Arsenal are up and down. A good result against Leicester, followed by a dismal one against Olympiacos in midweek. Europe has been poor so far for Arsenal, but domestically it's not bad. If they win against United and Manchester...

 By Kevin Palmer

Rodgers, Wenger, Mourinho all under pressure this Premier League weekend

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Manchester United have answered their critics, as Morgan Schneiderlin suggests.

Premier League Spotlight previews the weekend's fixtures, highlighting the key points to keep an eye on.

Battles of the weekend: Everton vs. Liverpool, Arsenal vs. Man United

After a less than "Super" Sunday in the Premier League last weekend, two of the most iconic fixtures in English football are set to be served up this time around.

Evaluating who will emerge victorious from a Merseyside derby clash between Everton and Liverpool at Goodison Park, and the clash between Arsenal and Manchester United...