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Manchester United vs Arsenal - Premier League Gameweek 36
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Team News
Manchester United : Sergio Romero ruled out. Eric Bailly doubtful.
Arsenal : Mohamed Elneny and Santiago Cazorla ruled out. Henrikh Mkhitaryan doubtful.

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ManUtd menang : 97x
Imbang : 47x
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10 pertandingan terakhir kedua tim :
10 November 2013 - Manchester United 1 0 Arsenal - Premier League
12 Februari 2014 - Arsenal 0 0 Manchester United - Premier League
22 November 2014 - Arsenal 1 2 Manchester United - Premier League
9 Maret 2015 - Manchester United 1 2 Arsenal - Premier League
17 Mei 2015 - Manchester United 1 1 Arsenal - Premier League
4 Oktober 2015 - Arsenal 3 0 Manchester United - Premier League
28 Februari 2016 - Manchester United 3 2 Arsenal - Premier League
19 November 2016 - Manchester United 1 1 Arsenal - Premier League
7 Mei 2017 - Arsenal 2 0 Manchester United - Premier League
3 Desember 2017 - Arsenal 1 3 Manchester United - Premier League
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MATCH PREVIEW: UNITED V ARSENAL

Setting the scene: The Reds welcome one of our fiercest rivals to Old Trafford this weekend, as Arsene Wenger prepares to lead out his Arsenal team at the Theatre of Dreams for the final time. Securing European football for next season is firmly on the mind of both teams – with the Reds able to confirm a place in the UEFA Champions League group phase for 2018/19 with a win, while the Gunners are battling to hold off Burnley in the fight for a UEFA Europa League place.

How can I follow it? Sunday’s big match kicks off at 16:30 BST and will be broadcast live in the UK on Sky Sports. MUTV subscribers on Sky or Virgin Media, the MUTV app, or online at MUTV.com can enjoy build-up to the match from 14:30 BST on the Match Day show and listen to radio commentary of the game, before watching it in full at midnight. You can also keep up with all the action as it happens via ManUtd.com's live match blog and our official Twitter account @ManUtd.

What’s the team news?
The Reds could be without Sergio Romero again, as the goalkeeper continues his recovery from a knee injury sustained on international duty with Argentina last month. The boss could give an update on the squad in Friday’s pre-match press conference. Arsenal, meanwhile, have several players recovering from injury and a Europa League semi-final second leg against Atletico Madrid next week to contend with, so Wenger could be tempted to name a much-changed team on Sunday. Former United playmaker Henrikh Mkhitaryan is reportedly a major doubt for the game with a knee injury, but another ex-Red Danny Welbeck is available to make a return to Old Trafford. Mohamed Elneny is set to miss the rest of the season after sustaining an ankle injury, while Jack Wilshere and Sead Kolasinac are doubtful with knocks and Mesut Ozil could miss out due to illness.

How have we been doing? The Reds come into the penultimate match of the season at Old Trafford with a three-point cushion in second place in the Premier League table, having won five of our last six games in all competitions after beating Tottenham 2-1 in last weekend’s Emirates FA Cup semi-final. United will be keen to return to winning ways on home soil, however, after suffering a surprise 1-0 defeat against West Bromwich Albion in our last outing at the Theatre of Dreams. Meanwhile, David De Gea will be hoping to keep his 18th clean sheet of the season in the league, as our Spanish stopper closes in on his first Golden Glove – the award for the goalkeeper with the most clean sheets in a single season in the Premier League.

What about Arsenal? Arsenal have endured a tough season by their standards and currently sit sixth in the table – 11 points behind their North London rivals Tottenham and the Champions League places. Only a win at Old Trafford, where they haven’t won in the league since 2006, would give the Gunners a mathematical chance of returning to the top-four this term with three subsequent games left to play. Wenger’s team have uncharacteristically struggled on their travels this season and, remarkably, are the only club in the top four divisions of English football yet to take a league point away from home in 2018. Despite that, they have won four of their last five matches in the Premier League and have lost just once in their last nine games, after a run of four straight defeats between February and March.

A reunion for Alexis… Sunday’s big game is likely to be a special one for Alexis, who will come up against his former club for the first time since joining United from Arsenal in January. The Chilean scored 80 goals in 165 appearances during a successful three-and-a-half season spell with the Gunners, whose fans should be appreciative of what he achieved at the club. Speaking to MUTV this week, Alexis admitted he is adapting to the contrasts between the clubs. “It is very different here,” he said. “United is a big club, to which I am still adapting, and I am looking forward to giving everything I’ve got next year and aiming to win everything there is to win.”

What’s our record like against them? Historically, it’s the Reds who have had the edge in one of English football’s oldest rivalries – having won 95, drawn 50 and lost 81 of the 226 previous meetings between the sides. In the Premier League, Sunday’s clash will be United’s 52nd meeting with Arsenal. The Reds have won 23 to Arsenal’s three, and there have been 15 draws.

What happened earlier in the season? Well, fans were treated to a Premier League classic in the reverse fixture at the start of December as the Reds ran out 3-1 winners in an epic encounter at the Emirates Stadium. The Reds raced into a two-goal lead inside 11 minutes through Antonio Valencia and Jesse Lingard, who then sealed the win with another effort in the second half after Alexandre Lacazette had pulled one back for the Gunners. It was an entertaining game which had everything, including some world-class goalkeeping from David De Gea and a controversial red card for Paul Pogba. Sunday’s match represents a chance for the Reds to complete a league double over the Gunners for the first time since the 2011/12 season, when we memorably thrashed Arsenal 8-2 at Old Trafford.

Arsene’s last stand: Arsene Wenger has been at the heart of one of the Premier League’s greatest rivalries and is set to make his last trip to Old Trafford as Arsenal manager, having announced that he is standing down after 22 years in the job. Remarkably, this will be the 60th time he’s managed Arsenal against the Reds, although he hasn’t found Old Trafford an easy place to win at – earning just five victories here in all competitions. The Reds have won 26 of our matches against Wenger’s Arsenal, drawing 15 and losing 18.

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Who’s the referee? Kevin Friend will take charge of his first United game in the Premier League since our 1-1 draw with Bournemouth at Old Trafford in March 2017, although he has handled two of our FA Cup matches this term – the 2-0 wins over Derby County and Huddersfield Town respectively. The Leicestershire whistler has awarded eight penalties in his 18 Premier League matches this campaign but hasn’t dished out a single red card. Simon Bennett and Eddie Smart will run the line, with FA Cup final referee Michael Oliver appointed as the fourth official.
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UNITED V ARSENAL: FIVE TALKING POINTS

Manchester United face Arsenal at Old Trafford this weekend, in our penultimate home game of the season.

The visit of the Londoners always evokes memories of an enduring rivalry between two of English football’s big guns and is often a frenzied occasion.

Ahead of Sunday’s big game at the Theatre of Dreams, here are five topics of discussion for you to mull over…

WENGER’S OLD TRAFFORD FAREWELL?
Sunday’s showdown is set to be the final time we will see Arsene Wenger in the away dugout at Old Trafford as Arsenal boss, with the Frenchman due to step down at the end of the season after 22 years in the role. Although he has openly stated his desire to continue working and not retire just yet, it could be the last occasion he comes up against the Reds as an opposing manager. As ManUtd.com’s Adam Marshall writes, Wenger has been an admirable adversary down the years and has had a profound effect on English football since pitching up at the Gunners in 1996. He undoubtedly deserves a respectful reception at Old Trafford, one which he is likely to receive from the United faithful.

POTENTIAL REUNIONS FOR TRIO

There are three players who could come up against former clubs on Sunday. Alexis Sanchez will face the Gunners for the first time since swapping north London for Manchester in January. He was in the Arsenal team when the Reds won 3-1 at the Emirates Stadium in December’s reverse fixture but the Chilean will be keen to show his old employers what they are missing this weekend, while building on his Man-of-the-Match display in the Emirates FA Cup semi-final victory over Tottenham last time out. Meanwhile, on the opposing side, Henrikh Mkhitaryan left the Reds three months ago but is reportedly set to lose out on an Old Trafford return on the pitch with a knee injury. Danny Welbeck could lead the line for the Gunners and is looking to score for the third time at Old Trafford since making the switch from United to Arsenal in 2014. But, as a Mancunian who came through the club’s Academy to eventually score 29 goals in 142 first-team appearances for United, he will always be fondly remembered by Reds fans.

THE RACE FOR THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
As you’d expect, ensuring UEFA Champions League football for next season is on the agenda for both teams. Jose Mourinho’s men will be hoping to secure the three points required to guarantee a top-four finish on Sunday and are on course to finish second, with a three-point cushion over third-placed Liverpool with a game in hand. For Arsenal, they look set to miss out on a top-four finish for the second successive season, having previously qualified for the Champions League for 20 years in a row under Wenger. The Gunners are 11 points adrift of their north London rivals Spurs, who currently occupy fourth spot, with just four games left and their chances of returning to Europe’s elite competition now hinge on winning the Europa League – in the same way the Reds did in Stockholm a year ago.

WHO WILL START FOR UNITED?
The big games have brought the best out of the Reds in recent weeks and this is the final clash against the top teams before the Emirates FA Cup final on 19 May, so the players will undoubtedly be looking to impress the boss, with places in the starting XI against Chelsea at Wembley up for grabs. Mourinho seems to have found a winning formula of late, with Nemanja Matic and Ander Herrera supporting Paul Pogba in a position on the left of a midfield trio, while Jesse Lingard and Alexis have operated either side of leading scorer Romelu Lukaku in a 4-3-3 formation. It was the system and personnel which helped to inspire the second-half comeback against Manchester City and turnaround against Spurs in the FA Cup semi-final. To that end, the boss could be tempted to name an unchanged side. It remains to be seen whether Eric Bailly earns a recall, with the Ivorian defender having started just one of the last five games and missed last weekend's Emirates FA Cup semi-final win over Tottenham. The boss could give an update on the squad in his pre-match press conference on Friday.

WILL ARSENAL ROTATE?

With Sunday’s clash sandwiched in between both legs of their crucial Europa League semi-final against Spanish giants Atletico Madrid, it is clear where the Gunners’ priorities rest – which may be reflected in the team that lines up against United. Wenger could be tempted to rest some of his key stars for the decisive trip to Spain next week and give some fringe players an opportunity, particularly after conceding the initiative to Atletico by conceding a late goal to draw 1-1 in the first leg at the Emirates. But he may be wary of making too many changes, after an under-strength Arsenal team were put to the sword by United in the memorable 8-2 triumph for the Reds back in 2011. He will also be looking for a positive result on what could be his final trip to Old Trafford, where United are unbeaten against the Gunners in the Premier League since 2006.

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MANCHESTER UNITED 2 ARSENAL 1

Premier League | Old Trafford: Attendance: 75,035 | Scorers: Pogba 16, Fellaini 91 | Mkhitaryan 51

Manchester United’s never-say-die streak sealed a late win against Arsenal to wreck Arsene Wenger’s final match at Old Trafford as Gunners boss. Reds manager Jose Mourinho outsmarted his rival as substitute Marouane Fellaini headed in a late winner in front of the Stretford End.

The Belgian proved a handful for Arsenal’s defence late on and it proved a masterstroke from Mourinho. United had gone ahead early through Paul Pogba but Fellaini’s winner wiped out a potential point-winner for Henrikh Mkhitaryan who had equalised in the second half.

United’s three points confirmed Champions League football again at Old Trafford next season as it rubber-stamped a top-four finish. Old feuds were forgotten prior to kick-off with the club making a classy gesture of a special memento to Wenger, who clearly had one eye on the Europa League semi-final second leg with Atletico Madrid as he made eight changes to his side.

It didn’t take long for United to make Wenger’s last time as Gunners boss initially uncomfortable when taking a 16th-minute lead. Pogba started and finished the move. The France midfielder stroked a pass to Romelu Lukaku and went driving on into the area. Lukaku’s cross was met with a header from Alexis Sanchez. His hopes of a dream goal against his former employers were dashed as his effort hit Hector Bellerin and came off a post, only for Pogba to volley home.

Not surprisingly, there was none of the electrifying tension of those heady days that had characterised the Sir Alex and Wenger clashes from yesteryear. But there was still quality to be witnessed if only a small amount of penalty-box action in the first half.

If Alexis was searching for that satisfying goal against his old club it was the same scenario for Henrikh Mkhitaryan. The Armenian went the opposite way up the M1 in January to the Chilean when the pair swapped clubs and he was the source of much of Arsenal’s fluent attacking moves. But it was still all pretty easy for David De Gea. His opposite number David Ospina also didn’t have a lot to do but he was saved by an upright in the 40th minute when an Ashley Young cross crashed against the woodwork.

The second 45 minutes was barely underway before Lukaku suffered an injury after a challenge by Konstantinos Mavropanos. The Belgium striker attempted to run off the knock and tested it as play went on but he had to give up and was replaced in the 50th minute by Marcus Rashford. Almost immediately, Arsenal were level and it was Mkhitaryan who had the gratification of scoring for there Gunners. United gave away possession loosely in our own half and, with the help of Granit Xhkaka, Mkhitaryan seized on the error to stride forward and place a low right foot shot past De Gea.

The last time the midfielder had scored at Old Trafford was for the Reds against Everton in September. He barely celebrated this time. There was a stream of substitutions in the 64th minute. Mourinho took off Ander Herrera and Jesse Lingard for Anthony Martial and eventual matchwinner Fellaini. Wenger brought on ex-United striker Danny Welbeck and Nacho Monreal for Reiss Nelson and the injured Sead Kolasinac.

Mancunian Welbeck was first to make an impact with a full blooded long-range shot that was saved by De Gea. Chris Smalling had the chance to keep up his recent scoring form but the defender couldn’t connect properly with a side-foot chance provided by a dangerous pass from Martial.

United fans gave Mkhitaryan a warm round of applause when he was substituted to make way for Joe Willock in the 76th minute. Old Trafford thought United had delivered the final blow to Wenger in the 87th minute when sub Rashford bundled the ball into the net off a post from Fellaini’s header, and a terrific inviting cross from Martial, but the striker was ruled offside.

The disappointment was short lived as a similar move reaped its reward a minute into added time. Young sent over the cross and Fellaini was able to connect and divert a header past Ospina for the winner.

THE LINE-UPS

United: De Gea; Valencia (C), Smalling, Lindelof, Young; Matic, Pogba, Herrera (Martial 64); Lingard (Fellaini 64), Alexis; Lukaku (Rashford 50).

Subs not used: J. Pereira, Rojo, Mata, McTominay.

Arsenal: Ospina, Bellerin, Chambers, Mavropanos, Kolasinac (Monreal 64), Xhaka (C), Maitland-Niles, Iwobi, Nelson (Welbeck 64), Mkhitaryan (Willock 76), Aubameyang

Subs not used: Cech, Holding, Osei-Tutu, Nketiah.

Booked: Xhaka

TALKING POINTS

Are Wembley places still on offer?
Jose Mourinho only made one change from the side that came back at Wembley to beat Spurs 2-1 in the Emirates FA Cup semi-final. The only alteration being Victor Lindelof for Phil Jones. It suggests he may have decided on the make-up of his attack and engine room with the Matic-Pogba-Herrera trio the base of his midfield. Alexis and Lukaku have become the go-to front men.

Can United and Arsenal revive old showdowns next season?
The Reds certainly can. An indefatigable spirit has been re-installed and United are ahead in terms of replacing a legendary boss. It remains to be seen whom Arsenal choose to take them on after this year.

WHAT'S NEXT FOR UNITED?

Jose Mourinho takes his side to the South Coast this coming Friday night, 4 May, to play Brighton in the Premier League. Kick-off is at 20:00 BST.
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MOURINHO REACTS TO WIN OVER THE GUNNERS

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho spoke to MUTV and the media after the dramatic 2-1 victory over Arsenal at Old Trafford.

The Reds boss has also revealed he believes matchwinner Marouane Fellaini will sign a new contract, while he says is awaiting a full update on the situation regarding top scorer Romelu Lukaku, who was forced off due to a foot injury.

We deserved to win

"I don't think we played especially well. I think the fact they made a few changes didn't help us from the mental point of view. There was less responsibility for them and our team was a little bit more relaxed. However, in the last 20 minutes we showed that we wanted to win. We changed the game in the direction where it was more to difficult for them to cope with it and I think, because of the last push, we deserved to win."

Second in our sights

"We need, I think, two points or one point to finish third and four to finish second. So we are not far from the position I believe we deserve. If we finish second, I think it's the first time for five years, so since Sir Alex left, but okay. There is progress at many levels but not enough to be first instead of second and not enough to win the Champions League instead of the Europa League. But enough to finish second in the table and win some trophies, and go to some finals, but we need to do more."

Premier League or Champions League?

"I think we always say the most important one is the one that we win. When I won the Champions League, it was the most important trophy for me. When I won the leagues, the leagues were more important for me. When I win nothing, I say winning is not important!"

Respect for Wenger

"I won't see him [Arsene Wenger] after the game. It's my day off tomorrow and I'll go to London. He has a big match waiting for him. We were together a little bit before the game and I'm happy with the class my club showed towards him. I told the club I'd like Sir Alex to present the award, not me, because Sir Alex was his real rival, especially at United. My story with Mr Wenger in United is just a couple of years. I hope that I play against him again. I hope it can happen in the Premier League but, if not, who knows? We still have a big match waiting for us."

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VICTOR LINDELOF VOTED MAN OF THE MATCH

Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof has said he is pleased the Reds have already secured Champions League football for next season.

Sunday’s 2-1 win against Arsenal - in which Lindelof was voted Man of the Match by the fans – means that United are guaranteed a top-four finish for the second season in a row. The Scandinavian centre-back picked up 50 per cent of the vote to defeat fellow contenders Marouane Fellaini (35%) and Ashley Young (15%).

The victory also ensures Jose Mourinho’s men only need two points from the remaining three league games to finish in second place.

Speaking exclusively to MUTV after the game, Lindelof said: “We always want to play in the Champions League.

“Manchester United, as a club, should always play in the Champions League, so we are very happy for that and, right now, we are focusing on keeping second place and that’s what we work for every week now.

“We just have to try to do our job out there and we did that during some parts of the game and some parts we didn’t play that well, but we got the three points and we are very happy for that.”

A late Marouane Fellaini header earned United all three points in our penultimate game at Old Trafford this season, and Lindelof was full of praise for his team-mate.

“He’s a strong player and is very important for us, especially at the end of the game when we have a lot of the ball and we attack.

“He gives us some more options, he can go into the box and he’s very dangerous in there, so he’s a very important player for us.”

Lindelof also had some nice words for his former team-mate, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who scored Arsenal’s goal.

“He’s a very good player and a very nice guy. It was a pleasure for me to play with him when I came here. I’m very happy for him and I hope he’s happy there."

Lindelof joined United last summer from Benfica and has grown in stature during his first season in the Premier League.

“I’ve really enjoyed it, there are still a few games left and we’re going to just keep focusing on that. It’s been a good season for me, I just want to keep working hard and I’m looking forward to next season.”

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