Game week 13 in the English Premier League will see Arsenal lock horns against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday. A clash of the titans, there will two battles, one on field and the other on the sidelines since it will feature two managers in Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger, who are not particularly fond of each other. Check where to watch Manchester United vs Arsenal live stream, TV broadcasters, starting XI etc.

Arsene Wenger has the best chance this time around, to hand a defeat to the Red Devils at home for they seem to be in poor form and are plagued with injury and suspension problems. Mourinho will be prepared to field a lack lustre side with Wayne Rooney out, Ibrahimovic suspended along with the center-back duo of Eric Bailly and Chris Smalling. Doubts over the fitness of midfielder Marouane Fellaini and full backs Luke Shaw and Antonio Valencia shall further dent the teams’ spirit.

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Battle on the Sidelines: Mourinho vs Wenger

As for Arsenal, Wenger will be concerned about the fitness of star forward Alexis Sanchez who suffered a hamstring injury while on international duty for Chile. Spanish right-back Hector Bellerin has been ruled out of the match owing to a severe knee injury. Bellerin is out of action for almost a month. Carl Jenkinson is likely to replace the Spaniard.


Date: Saturday Evening

Time: 6PM  IST

Venue: Old Trafford

TV guide, India: Star Sports Select HD 1

Live Stream: Hotstar


 Arsenal (4-2-3-1): Cech; Jenkinson, Mustafi, Koscielny, Monreal; Coquelin, Elneny; Walcott, Ozil, Ramsey; Alexis Sanchez.
Subs: Gibbs, Gabriel, Giroud, Ospina, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Iwobi, Xhaka.
 Man Utd (4-2-3-1): De Gea; Valencia, Jones, Rojo, Darmian; Carrick, Herrerra; Mata, Pogba, Martial; Rashford.
Subs: Depay, Rooney, Lingard, Blind, Young, Romero, Schneiderlin.


Manchester United 56

Arsenal 15

Draws 26

This is possibly the best chance for Wenger to reverse the history and clinching a win at Old Trafford, where he has often emerged as the second-best, remarkably in 2011 when the Gunners suffered an 8-2 thrashing.


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