Manchester United v Arsenal Betting Tips and Preview
After mixed fortunes at the weekend, Manchester United host Arsenal at Old Trafford on Wednesday night. Winless in 3 games, Jose Mourinho will be looking for a result to ensure his job is safe in Manchester. As it stands, Man United are closer to bottom of the league than top, a worrying stat for a side that should be challenging for the top 4. Arsenal on the other hand, look closer to challenging for the Champions League spots than they have done for a couple of years. Unai Emery has got Arsenal winning again and the Gunners are now 19 games unbeaten.
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Bet UK’s Goalscorer Treble features Pierre Emerick Aubameyang to score against Manchester United. Aubameyang (v Man United), Kane (v Southampton) and Hazard (v Wolves) all to score has been boosted from 11/2 to 10/1*. Max bet £10.
Manchester United Premier League Form
Last Time Out In The Premier League
Romelu Lukaku ended his horrid goalscoring duck with a goal in Manchester United’s 2-2 draw with Southampton. United found themselves 2-0 down after just 20 minutes at St Mary’s, after Jose Mourinho selected a strange starting XI. With 5 defenders, including 2 natural midfielders, it’s no surprise that Stuart Armstrong was left completely open in the area to grab his 3rd goal in 2 games. Cedric Soares added a second just seven minutes later with a free kick that gave David De Gea no chance. In a hectic first half, Marcus Rashford inspired a comeback, setting both Lukaku and Ander Herrera to draw Man United level. It was a quiet second half as both sides were reduced to efforts from long range.
Arsenal Premier League Form
Last Time Out In The Premier League
An incredible North London Derby saw Arsenal come from behind to beat Tottenham 4-2 at the Emirates Stadium. Pierre Emerick Aubameyang’s electric form continued with an early penalty, before they fell behind. Eric Dier’s glanced header was followed by Harry Kane’s penalty to send the Gunners in 2-1 down. It would be Unai Emery’s men who would have the better of the second half. Aubameyang scored the pick of the goals, with a curling effort from outside the area. Alexandre Lacazette scored his 6th goal of the season, before Lucas Torreira put the final nail in Spurs’ coffin. After some questionable displays in North London Derbies under Arsene Wenger, this was a true sign that Unai Emery’s reign has begun.
Manchester United v Arsenal Head To Head Record
Manchester United Wins - 98
Draws - 47
Arsenal Wins - 82
It’s not long ago that this would have been a top of the table clash. As things currently stand however, this is 7th vs 5th with both sides having quite contrasting seasons. In the past, Manchester United have had the better of the game. In fact, Arsenal have only won 3 times since Manchester United’s historic 8-2 win at the start of the 2011/12 season. Last year, David De Gea’s incredible display gave Man U a 3-1 win, despite a late red card for Paul Pogba. In the last 10 meetings between the sides, both teams have scored on 7 occasions, and there has been an average of 2.7 goals.
Where To Watch Manchester United v Arsenal
Manchester United v Arsenal will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event from 8:00pm on Wednesday.
Bet UK’s Betting Tips
Arsenal are one of the in-form teams in Europe and if United’s recent performances are anything to go by, Arsenal should make it 20 games unbeaten.
*All odds from Bet UK’s online betting correct at the time of writing.