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Arsenal vs. Utd: Mutual hatred

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
about an hour ago

#FCdebate -- Arsenal or Man United, who will finish higher?

The FC TV panel have their say and you can too. Vote now!

Arsenal and Manchester United go into Saturday's clash separated by one point in sixth and seventh place respectively in the Premier League table. The two clubs are perennial top four finishers but both have experienced indifferent form so far this season.

It seems that Chelsea and Manchester City are shoo-ins to claim Champions League spots on offer but who will grab the other two? Southampton and West Ham are currently flying high but can they sustain a challenge?

Meanwhile, Liverpool and Tottenham...

Mark Payne Manchester Utd  By Mark Payne
4 hours ago

Rate Your Rival: What do Manchester United think of Arsenal?

HOORAY! The Premier League is back and we kick off again with Arsenal vs Man Utd. Neither side have any defenders so expect one heck of a goalfest. ANTHONY RICHARDSON and IAN FIVEANKLES preview the big game, and speak to United cherub Angel Di Maria.

Surely there will be a goal-fest when Arsenal take on Manchester United on Saturday. Both teams have got patched-up defences and their strengths lie in attack so it should be a thriller at the Emirates.

The question is, what do United make of their rivals this Saturday? Who's the threat and who's the flop? Our United blogger Mark Payne looks at Arsene Wenger's likely XI.

John Cross' ratings for United's line-up can be found here.

GK Wojciech Szczesny, 7 -- He is a lot better than he is given credit...

 By John Cross
5 hours ago

Rate Your Rival: What do Arsenal think of Manchester United?

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson breaks down how Manchester United will line up given their recent run of injuries.

Surely there will be a goal-fest when Arsenal take on Manchester United on Saturday. Both teams have got patched-up defences and their strengths lie in attack so it should be a thriller at the Emirates.

The question is, what do Arsenal make of their rivals this Saturday? Who's the threat and who's the flop? Our Arsenal blogger John Cross looks at Louis van Gaal's likely XI.

Mark Payne's ratings for Arsenal's lineup can be found here.

GK David De Gea, 8 -- The Spanish keeper is one of the best in...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin
8 hours ago

How Arsenal and Manchester United have arrived at defensive ruin

The ESPN panel respond to your thoughts as to whether or not it is time for Arsene Wenger and Arsenal to part ways.

Is Mats Hummels the answer to Manchester United's defensive problems? Transfer Talk suggests he is seen as such, although a few weeks back, Arsenal were linked with the same player.

Commanding, organised, experienced yet just 25: Hummels, despite Borussia Dortmund's wretched Bundesliga campaign, would seem to fit the bill for both, save for a somewhat lengthy injury record. Neither club can afford to add an expensive treatment room perennial to their fragile squads.

There is a deficiency of supply...

 By Andy Mitten
21 hours ago

Recalling Lee Sharpe's heroics as Man United thumped Arsenal 24 years ago

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson breaks down how Manchester United will line up given their recent run of injuries.

Manchester United's game at Arsenal on Saturday is the latest chapter in one of English football's greatest rivalries and, for the visiting fans, will conjure memories of a famous night almost 24 years ago to the day.

On Nov. 28, 1990, Alex Ferguson's United side visited Arsenal's old Highbury ground for a League Cup fourth-round tie ... and won 6-2.

Lee Sharpe, then a 20-year-old winger, was the Highbury hero, scoring a hat trick that put him on the fast track to stardom and celebrity as a "pop...

21 hours ago

Man United's injury crisis, confusion continues to hurt Louis van Gaal

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer and Alexis Nunes give us the latest on Angel Di Maria's ankle injury and what it means for Manchester United's clash with Arsenal.

Louis van Gaal was unable to provide an answer, although not by intention. On Thursday, after a week of worry about how long Daley Blind would be out for following his medial ligament injury with the Netherlands, the Manchester United manager prolonged that wait. He said they still wouldn't know until after another scan in 10 days' time. "It shall be a long story -- but not six months or something."

At the same time, the club's official Twitter account reported it could be close to six months....