Match Preview: Arsenal vs Manchester United
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|Time first goal scored||40 mins||20 mins|
|Time first goal conceded||48 mins||48 mins|
Arsenal to win:
Sky Bet are both offering odds of 9/5 for the Gunners to win at home.
Sky Bet also are offering the same odds at 12/5.
United to win:
Paddypower are paying out 13/8 odds for United away from home.
allArsenal’s Special Bet:
allArsenal’s Special Bet: Under 2.5 goals =1/1
paddy power money back special
If there are 4 or more goals scored in this match, Paddy Power will refund all losing 1st/last goalscorer, correct score & scorecast singles on that match.
*Special bet facts:
Four of the last six away games involving Sir Alex Fergusons side against teams of Arsenals grading have seen 1 or less goals as have four of Arsenal’s last six home games to teams of United’s stature.
For more match facts see below.
Arsenal 1 Manchester United 0
Paddypower = 17/2
**SkyBet = 9/1** – Best odds
Man Utd have gained just one point from behind this season, fewer than any other team.
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Arsenal have won three and lost only one of the five league meetings with Manchester United at the Emirates.
Arsenal have only scored more than once in four of their last 16 Premier League games at the Emirates and netted just 20 in total over those matches.
Van Persie has scored the matches first goal 7 times this season, the next closest is Gervinho on 3.
Other Match facts:
Thierry Henry has scored against all 34 different teams he has faced in the Premier League.
Wayne Rooney has scored six goals in his last six appearances against Arsenal in all competitions and has also missed a penalty in that time.
Rooney scored his first Premier League goal, his first Premier League goal for Man Utd, his 100th Premier League goal and his 150th goal for Man Utd in all competitions against Arsenal.
The Gunners have won none of their last 10 Premier League games with Mike Dean as the referee (W0 D5 L5).
Arsenal have dropped eight points from winning positions in their last four Premier League matches.
Thierry Henry scored seven goals in eight home appearances against Manchester United.
Henry’s last goal at the Emirates in the Premier League was a last-minute winner against the Red Devils.