Premier League: Manchester United Vs Arsenal Combined Playing 11

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Manchester United will be hosting Arsenal in the seventh matchweek of Premier League at Old Trafford. Here is a combined 11 for the match between the two teams

Written By Akhil Nambiar | Mumbai | Updated On:
Premier League

Manchester United host Arsenal on matchday seven of the Premier League at Old Trafford on Tuesday, October 1, 2019. Both teams have had an uneven start to the season. Manchester United are currently placed on the 11th position with eight points, and Unai Emery’s Arsenal are on the eighth position with 11 points in six matches. Manchester United have not lost their last 12 matches against Arsenal at Old Trafford (W8 D4 L0).  

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Premier League: Manchester United vs Arsenal: Who will make the combined 11?

For Manchester United, Marcus Rashford will be out of action due to an injury. Meanwhile, for Gunners, Alexandre Lacazette is also not fit for Monday night's match. David De Gea has had a better run than Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno as he has more clean sheets. Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Harry Maguire are the two options from United in the back four. From Arsenal, Sokratis Papastathopoulos can be a better option than David Luiz. The midfield comprises of Matteo Guendouzi, Paul Pogba, Dani Ceballos. Forwards will include Nicolas Pepe, Daniel James and Pierre-Emerick Aubamayeng.


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Premier League: Manchester United vs Arsenal combined 11

  • Goalkeeper- David De Gea
  • Right-back - Aaron Wan Bissaka
  • Centre back - Harry Maguire
  • Centre back - Sokratis
  • Left-back - Luke Shaw
  • Midfielders - Matteo Guendouzi, Paul Pogba, Dani Ceballos
  • Forwards - Nicolas Pepe, Daniel James, Aubamayeng

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