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STATS TIME: Arsenal v Manchester United

All the best stats surrounding Arsenal’s fixture against Manchester United today.

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Arsenal have won five of their last seven home Premier League matches against Manchester United (D1 L1), winning 3-1 at the Emirates last season.

This is the 29th Premier League meeting between Arsenal and Manchester United on a Sunday. 65% of Arsenal’s Premier League victories over the Red Devils have been in Sunday games (11/17).

Manchester United won 3-1 against Arsenal in September, with the Gunners top of the table. The only side they’ve beaten twice in the same Premier League campaign when the opponent was top both times are Newcastle United in 1995-96.

This is just the third time Arsenal are hosting Manchester United in a Premier League match while top of the table, with the previous two meetings ending in draws – 1-1 in March 2004 and 2-2 in November 2007.

Arsenal have scored in 17 of their 18 Premier League games this season, though the exception was their last home game in the competition (0-0 vs Newcastle). They’ve not failed to score in consecutive league matches at the Emirates Stadium since November 2020.

Arsenal are yet to concede a goal in 2023, drawing 0-0 with Newcastle before wins against Oxford (3-0) and Tottenham (2-0). In only three calendar years have the Gunners not conceded in any of their first four competitive matches, doing so in 1935, 1994 and 2021.


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Bukayo Saka has scored in his last two Premier League games against Man Utd – only Freddie Ljungberg (1998-2000) and Thierry Henry (2000-2001) have scored in three in a row for Arsenal against the Red Devils in the competition.

Arsenal’s Gabriel Martinelli has been involved in 10 goals in his last 10 Premier League games at the Emirates Stadium (6 goals, 4 assists), only failing to either score or assist a goal in two of his appearances in this run (vs Fulham and Newcastle).

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