Gary Neville makes bold Manchester United vs Arsenal prediction in response to Piers Morgan

Gary Neville has made a bold Manchester United vs Arsenal prediction ahead of Sunday’s clash in response to Piers Morgan on Twitter.

Following last night’s 2-1 win against Aston Villa, Mikel Arteta’s Gunners find themselves top of the Premier League table with five wins from five games.

The north Londoners travel to Old Trafford to face Erik ten Hag’s Reds on Sunday, in a game which will be live on Sky Sports and kicks off at 4.30pm.

Prior to focusing on ousting Arsenal, Ten Hag’s focus will be on getting three points tonight as the Red Devils face Leicester City.

Manchester United will be looking to make it three consecutive wins with three points against the Foxes at the King Power Stadium.

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Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester sit bottom of the Premier League with one point from their opening four top-flight matches.

But the Red Devils haven’t beaten Leicester in any of our last five Premier League meetings.

However, a win tonight would see us move up up to fifth place in the league table and six points behind Arsenal ahead of Sunday’s clash, which could see new signing Antony make his Manchester United debut.

Gary Neville makes bold Manchester United vs Arsenal prediction in response to Piers Morgan

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In Michael Carrick’s last of three caretaker games in charge of the Reds last season before Ralf Rangnick took the reins on an interim basis, Manchester United beat Arsenal 3-2 at Old Trafford back in December.

A Cristiano Ronaldo brace and a Bruno Fernandes strike ensured Carrick departed the Reds in winning fashion.

But with our Champions League hopes practically evaporated, Arteta’s men got their revenge when they beat the forlorn Reds 3-1 in April with Ronaldo grabbing United’s consolation.

A win against Leicester tonight and Old Trafford will be rocking ahead of Arsenal’s arrival on Sunday.

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