Manchester United take on Arsenal in the Premier League this weekend. Here’s absolutely everything you need to know about the fixture.
Manchester United fans will be somewhat uncertain heading into this fixture. Despite the remarkable 3-2 comeback against Nottingham Forest last Saturday – there’s a very strange aura surrounding Old Trafford at the moment.
Amid two abysmal first two fixtures, injuries galore and difficulty with signings, the mood feels quite bleak – which has led to United fans worrying about another huge fixture, Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal.
Nevertheless, let us remain optimistic. Here is absolutely everything you need to know about the fixture.
When do Manchester United play Arsenal?
Manchester United play Arsenal on Sunday the 3rd of October 2023 with kick-off taking place at 4:30 pm BST.
The match will be played at the Emirates Stadium.
What TV Channel is it on in the UK?
Manchester United against Arsenal will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event, with coverage starting just after the 1:30 PM kick-off concludes.
If you want to livestream the Premier League fixture, you can do so via the Sky Sports streaming service or with your NOW TV subscription. A day pass is available for £9.99, alternatively, there are monthly and yearly options.
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It’s still early, but there is one bit of exciting news for Manchester United fans – Rasmus Hojlund could make his debut in a United shirt.
He was recently included in the Denmark National side, which means he’s definitely nearing back to fitness.
The expected date back for the £64m man was anticipated to be the Arsenal match and it looked like things have gone according to plan.
A major blow on the other hand is news that Raphael Varane, with the Daily Mail reporting he could miss up to six weeks of football.
Manchester United Injuries
The following players will most likely not feature. They’re all still spending time in the medical tent.
The second away fixture of the season for the Red Devils is going to be arguably the hardest challenge yet.
Arsenal strengthened well in the summer and have a good record as of late against United. We can’t see Ten Hag getting a win, but we’ll go for a well-fought draw.