10. Arsenal have only earnt four points from their seven matches against the other teams in the top five this season. United can be backed at 3.30 to win on Sunday.
9. But the Gunners have won six of their last seven matches in all competitions, and are favourites to beat United at 2.15.
8. Arsene Wenger’s side have conceded seven more goals at home than they have away in the current campaign. The Red Devils are priced at 4.20 to score in both halves.
7. This season’s reverse fixture saw United narrowly beat Arsenal 2-1 at Old Trafford. A repeat of that scoreline is available at 12.00.
6. Patrice Evra and Santi Cazorla both scored after Robin van Persie’s early opener that day. Evra and Cazorla can be backed at 11.00 and 3.75 respectively to score on Sunday.
5. Robin van Persie’s title winning hat-trick against Aston Villa on Monday night took his tally for the season to 28 goals in all competitions. The Dutchman is priced at 5.75 to open the scoring against his former employers.
4. Wayne Rooney scored his first Premier League goal for Everton against the Gunners. Rooney is available at 3.00 to find the net at any time at the Emirates.
3. Last season’s corresponding fixture ended in a 2-1 away win. Antonio Valencia, who scored United’s opener on that day, can be backed at 7.00 to bag a goal on Sunday.
2. Danny Welbeck scored the winner back in January last year. Welbeck, who has only netted twice this term, is priced at 9.25 to score first.
1. Arsenal have only kept four clean sheets in their last 16 Premier League matches. United can be backed at 4.25 to win without conceding a goal.