Saturday, 19 November 2016


Manchester United vs Arsenal is the Big Game in The Premier League Match-Day 12.

The English Premier League resume this weekend after a week of International break. 

Arsenal travel to Manchester to play against Mourinho's Manchester United at Old Trafford is the high tempo match of the weekend as both side have been among top rivalry in the competition. 

Manchester United will want to continue their ten years unbeaten record against the Gunners at Old Trafford this afternoon when they battle it out with Arsene Wenger's men who are said to be having a strong motive to get all the maximum point need in the encounter. 
Arsenal last win at Old Trafford was on 17th September 2006, with Emmanuel Adebayor getting the goal for Arsen Wenger side.

Arsene Wenger's side will be without their first choice right back Hector Bellerin, the 21-year-old is out for four weeks after picking up a knock in the late time against Tottenham at the Emirate. Another possible doubt for the Gunners is the Spanish midfielder Santi Cazola who has been out since last month. 
Alexis Sanchez trained fully with his team-mates yesterday to show his fitness and readiness prove to his coach having travelled from a long distance all the way from South America after he lead his Chilean team to defeat Uruguay in their World Cup Qualifying Match. He is a possible starter to lead the front line of Arsenal and continue his fine form of the season and a hope to keep his scoring form for the Gunners.

Meanwhile, Jose Mourinho will return from his one-match touchline ban to the coaching sit.
Mourinho will be without his first choice striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic for a suspension after he picked up fifth yellow card of the season in their last match at Swansea. 
Seven more United players are confirmed to be out of the game among which are doubtful to make the bench due to some different injury problems.
Captain Wayne Rooney is available for selection after being confirmed by manager when he joined the other team-mates at the training ground yesterday.

Mourinho have stated to give a post match handshake to the Gunners' boss when they meet today. 
Jose Mourinho is unbeaten in 15 competitive game against Wenger, loosing only once, in last year's FA community shield at Wembley Stadium when he waited for a post-match handshake which never came from Arsene wenger. But this time, Arsene Wenger has responded to say he will offer his sand "I respect the ritual so important in the Premier League" said Wenger. "No matter what will happen, it's not a decisive game but a very important one." He added.


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