Domestic football returns this weekend after a two-week break for internationals, and the Premier League kicks off with a belter as Manchester United host Arsenal at Old Trafford on Saturday.
Jose Mourinho’s United have struggled in the first three months of his tenure, having won just five of their first 11 Premier League games, including just two of their last eight.
A indifferent Europa League campaign, thanks to just two wins and two draws in their first four matches, has left many United fans scratching their heads as to what has gone wrong in the early stages of the season.
For Arsenal though, no such fears have been seen, as Arsene Wenger’s side are unbeaten in their last 16 matches in all competitions, and know a win at Old Trafford would take them to the top of the division.
The Gunners have won seven of their opening 11 league games, and have already booked their place in the last 16 of the Champions League having won three of their four European matches.
With the build-up well underway to what should be a thrilling game at Old Trafford, many fans and pundits are speculating as to whether Arsenal can beat Manchester United away from home in the league for the first time since 2006.