Arsenal head into the game sat top of the Premier League, five points clear of Manchester City with a game in hand.
However, Manchester United are the only side to have beaten the Gunners in the league during 2022/23.
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Arsenal have very few injury concerns ahead of their clash with Manchester United.
Gabriel Jesus remains out, with Mikel Arteta providing this update last week:
“He’s progressing really well,” the boss updated journalists last week. “He’s working really hard. He’s in the right place in his recovery regarding the time that we set for him, but he’s still a bit far [away] to be back.
“I would like to see him very quickly but I don’t think that’s going to happen. We’re going to have to be patient with that one.
“With every surgery there are always a lot of things you have to be very cautious with, especially in the first few weeks. He’s going to push everybody there to be on the pitch really [soon], but we have to be cautious as well.”
Other than that, Reiss Nelson is the Gunners’ only other injury concern.