This fixture (k-o 5.30pm) was once the jewel in Premier League crown, but the Gunners’ recent travails means this is more about United’s chances of winning the title than Arsenal’s.

United boss Jose Mourinho has always loved to have a pop at Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, which adds more spice to the mix.

But United have been fairly turgid of late, and tend to shut up shop away to the bigger teams.

Can the likes of Aaron Ramsey break through the red wall?