Man Utd v Arsenal Betting Tips & Predictions

Premier League-leading Arsenal travel to Old Trafford to take on Manchester United on Sunday, with Erik ten Hag’s side riding a three-match winning streak.

After losing his first two games in charge of Manchester United, Erik ten Hag has led his side to three consecutive victories. New signing Antony is available for this weekend’s match, though it’s likely he will be limited to a cameo off the bench. 

Arsenal saw off Aston Villa in midweek to make it five consecutive victories to start the campaign. They are a best price of 16/9 to win this match. 

Result: Draw

13/5 (Betfred)

Four of the last six meetings between these teams at Old Trafford have ended in a draw. United’s improvement since the humbling away to Brentford is stark, of course, but their performances have been functional rather than impressive. 

All of their wins have been by one goal. Arsenal’s two previous wins were just 2-1 triumphs. This won’t be an expansive game, with both managers relatively content to share the spoils. Maintaining their respective unbeaten runs would be a good outcome for both clubs.

Anytime Goalscorer: Gabriel Jesus

11/2 (Unibet)

Gabriel Jesus scored against Aston Villa in midweek, and he’s fourth in expected goals per 90 among all Premier League players. In truth, he could easily have more than the three goals he’s got already this season.

United’s defence has improved since Harry Maguire was dropped, but this is still a period of adaptation for a new back line. Jesus makes smart, sharp runs, which can create opportunities even if United sit deep as they did against Liverpool. This is a good price in the anytime goalscorer market. 

Both Teams To Score: Yes

6/10 (William Hill)

Both teams scored in the two meetings between these sides last season, good for a total of nine goals. While such a goal-fest is unlikely, both teams scoring is probable. 

United posed Liverpool a lot of problems on the break through Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford. Arsenal’s attack is going to create chances, even with Martin Odegaard considered a major doubt. 

All odds are subject to change

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