10. Arsenal have not beaten Manchester United at home in their last three attempts, their worst home form in this fixture since a four-game winless streak between February 1992 and November 1994. Arsenal are 1.74 not to win again.
9. This fixture finished 0-0 last season — the first goalless tie between the two sides since May 2009 — and witnessed just seven shots on target. A repeat 0-0 is available at 13.00
8. Arsenal have scored first just once in their last six meetings with United. They are 2.08 to concede first at the Emirates.
7. United ended a three-game winless streak with a 1-0 victory over Crystal Palace before the international break — their fourth win of the campaign. Louis van Gaal’s men are 3.35 to win again.
6. Juan Mata’s goal against Palace was his third of the season and the Spaniard’s strikes have helped United to seven of their 16 points this campaign. Mata is 4.75 to net again.
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5. Arsenal are winless in two games, having surrendered leads against Anderlecht and Swansea. They are 30.00 to win/lose on the HT/FT.
4. The Gunners have scored exactly one going in five of their last six home ties with Manchester United. Arsene Wenger’s men are 1.84 to score under 1.5 goals.
3. Robin van Persie has scored in three of his four appearances against Arsenal since joining United in August 2012. The Dutchman is 6.00 to net first.
2. Danny Welbeck scored twice for England against Slovenia last week to bring his tally for club and country to 10 this season. The former Manchester United striker is 2.60 to score.
1. Alexis Sanchez, meanwhile, boasts 12 club goals for the season and has netted six from his last four outings. The Chilean international is 3.50 to score on an Arsenal Wincast.