Man United vs Arsenal Prediction and Odds: Man United to shock Arsenal at Old Trafford

Man United vs Arsenal Prediction and Odds: Man United to shock Arsenal at Old Trafford

Manchester United are projected to win their clash against Arsenal as per the latest Man United vs Arsenal Prediction and Odds

Manchester United will host Arsenal in a mouthwatering clash in the Premier League.

United played a 1-1 draw with Chelsea while the Gunners defeated Newcastle United in their last match.

Man United vs Arsenal Prediction and Odds: Match Odds

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United have already announced that Ralf Rangkick will take the interim charge from Carrick but with the work permits issue yet to be sorted Carrick will be in the dugout against Arsenal at the Old Trafford.

Rangnick is regarded as one of the best tacticians and it remains to be seen how his strategy affects the side which has been very poor in the last few matches.

Carrick has successfully overseen two matches but Arsenal will be a real test for him. The Gunners shrugged off their Liverpool defeat in a style as they put up a strong show against Newcastle.

Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli were on target as they kept their fifth place intact as of now.

United’s draw with Chelsea stabilised the situation but they will be needing more if they are to finish in the top four. Sancho scored as Jorginho failed to control the ball. The English international got the ball and slotted it past a hapless Edouard Mendy.

Jorginho amends his mistake as he converted from the spot after Aaron Wan-Bissaka fouled Thiago Silva inside the box. Fred had another chance but his chipped shot was coolly collected by Mendy.

Man United vs Arsenal Prediction

Old Trafford hasn’t been a happy hunting ground for Arsenal. But given their current form, they might push the Red Devils from the start. The last time they did a double over United at the Old Trafford was way back in 1979 when they defeated them in the League and the FA Cup final.

The match is poised to be in favour of Arsenal as United have picked just one point from their last four matches at their home.

Mason Greenwood is back from Covid-19 but Cristiano Ronaldo started from the bench and United will tweak his starting lineup when they take on Gunners.

Edinson Cavani and Raphael Varane are still uncertain but Harry Maguire will be in contention to feature as the Red Devils captain is now free to play having been suspended for one match.

Luke Shaw and Paul Pogba are also absentees so Carrick might have a job to do against the North Londoners.

Bukayo Saka had to be substituted in the last match and he is expected to undergo a scan to determine the extent of his injury.

The Gunners are unbeaten in their last six games against United and would fancy their chance to extend their streak. The absence of European football might have inspired the Gunners to stamp their authority this season as barring the Liverpool match they have been in pretty good form.

Mikel Arteta has finally brought some cheers to the faces and he demanded his team to be more ruthless in front of the goals following their 2-0 win over the Magpies.

With West Ham United losing to Manchester City, Arsenal are now level on points with their London rival hammers and a favourable result could see them breaking into the top four while a win for United could see them in the sixth position.

United supporters are eagerly waiting for Rangnick to be handed over the helm as the German gaffer has a one of a kind reputation.

He is yet to receive his work permit as according to FA rules one has to manage a top European club for a long period to be entitled to the work permit but Rangnick didn’t manage a club in the stipulated time.

Arsenal game came in too soon for him and he might be in the dugout for the Palace game. The Red Devils management are trying their level best to secure the permit so that he can officially start managing the side.

As the German is already in England he doesn’t need to undergo the mandatory quarantine period as of now. He will be the interim manager for the rest of the season and will also be in a consultancy role with the club for a period of two years and will help the club to appoint their new manager in the process.

Rangnick was given a tour at the Old Trafford and he is expected to be in the stands when United take on Arsenal on Thursday. The manager is expected to take charge officialy before the Crystal Palace Game. Rangnick has got his permit as Manchester United have oficially confirmed and he will address his first press conference on Friday morning. He will manage the team for the Crystal Palace game.

Man United vs Arsenal Prediction and Odds: Recent Form

United lost to Watford and then secured a 2-0 victory over Villarreal. They held Chelsea to a 1-1 draw in the last match.

Arsenal defeated Watford but got a 4-0 thrashing at the hand of Liverpool. Normalcy returned to the Emirates with a 2-0 over Newcastle.

Man United vs Arsenal Prediction and Odds: Predicted Lineup

Manchester United

David de Gea; Alex Telles, Victor Lindelof, Harry Maguire, Aaron Wan-Bissaka; Scott McTominay, Fred, Nemanja Matic; Bruno Fernandes; Jadon Sancho, Cristiano Ronaldo

Arsenal

Aaron Ramsdale; Nuno Tavares, Gabriel, Ben White, Takehiro Tomiyasu; Thomas Partey, Albert Lokonga, Emile Smith Rowe, Gabriel Martinelli; Martin Odegaard; Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Man United vs Arsenal Prediction and Odds: Head to Head

Both the teams have played 234 matches so far. United have won 99 matches while Arsenal are slightly behind with 85 wins. 50 matches have been drawn.

Man United vs Arsenal Prediction and Odds: Predicted Winner

Despite United’s recent barren run the Red Devils are predicted to win this game against Arsenal as per the latest betting odds.

Man United vs Arsenal Prediction and Odds: Latest Tweets

Originally Tweeted By kur_tv (kur_tv_)

We went 28 games unbeaten when rashford was out. Now he comes back we can’t win anything rashford doesn’t even want to press anymore just waits in the winger for a ball pass. He is definitely finished but I still love the man for what he has archived.

Originally Tweeted By zezextra

Ralf Rangnick will be in the stands for Manchester United’s game vs. Arsenal today after receiving his visa. His first match in charge will be vs. Crystal Palace on Sunday, per @sistoney67

Originally Tweeted By afcstuff (afcstuff)

Gabriel Magalhães fought off a robber wielding a baseball bat who tried to steal his £45,000 Mercedes from his garage, Sportsmail can reveal. Gabriel & a friend were followed home from a night out by two robbers. [Mail]

The robbers demanded Gabriel’s car keys, mobile phone & watch as he got out of his vehicle. One of the attackers then lunged at Gabriel with the bat, but Gabriel struck him in the face & wrestled with him, grabbing his hat, until the robber wriggled free & ran off. [Mail] #afc

Originally Tweeted By Sivert Skarstein Eriksen (LuisSivarez)

Lost my wallet as well in this mess after the Spurs game. Some random guy found it, looked at my ID, and found me randomly in the crowd. Gave it back to me and didn’t want the pint I offered him as a thanks. Up the Arsenal

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Subhash, Founder of Crowdwisdom360 is an MBA and a Trained Financial Advisor with an extensive background in Forecasting in Financial Services and Politics. He has appeared many times on National TV and has written for a variety of magazines on Wealth Management and Election Strategy.