Arsenal and Manchester United go head-to-head in a game that could make or break both teams’ seasons and it’s live on talkSPORT.
The Gunners reignited their Champions League bid with a 4-2 win over Chelsea but trail behind fourth-placed Tottenham on goal difference.
The Red Devils are one place below them and can no longer afford to lose ground in the race to the top four after a 4-0 hammering away at Liverpool.
United have lost their last three away games, but Michael Carrick oversaw a 3-2 win in the second leg at Old Trafford in December.
United haven’t grabbed all three points in a Premier League game at Arsenal since Jesse Lingard netted a brace in a 3-1 win in 2017.
This Premier League clash will take place on Saturday, April 23.
talkSPORT has exclusive coverage of the Emirates showdown which kicks off at 12.30pm.
Reshmin Chowdhury will be your presenter while commentary will come from Sam Matterface and former England striker Dean Ashton.
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Arsenal v Manchester United: team news
Takehiro Tomiyasu is back in training for the hosts but was still not involved against Chelsea so faces a late fitness test.
Arsenal remain without long-term absentees Kieran Tierney and Thomas Partey.
However, Eddie Nketiah’s brace against the Blues could see him retain his place in Mikel Arteta’s starting XI ahead of Alexandre Lacazette.
United, meanwhile, could welcome Cristiano Ronaldo back after naturally missing out on defeat to Liverpool due to personal tragedy.
Scott McTominay’s return from a foot problem comes at a good time after Paul Pogba was withdrawn at Anfield with a calf problem.
But only Raphael Varane has a chance to join him after United’s other injury problems as Luke Shaw, Fred and Edinson Cavani are all out while Mason Greenwood remains suspended.
Arsenal v Manchester United: what was said?
Arteta was asked what it means to win at Chelsea in the race for a top-four spot after a three-game losing streak.
He replied: “I totally agree and that’s the game we had in hand and I said to them ‘if you want to play Champions League football you have to come to the biggest stages and you have to beat these top teams” and tonight we did.
“I’m really proud of them tonight, but I’m more proud of how they reacted after every defeat we’ve had in recent weeks and not just the players but the staff and as a club and that’ is at that moment strengthens me and gives me even more energy to be where I am and to feel how lucky I am to be here.
talkSPORT LIVE – Brazil and lounge
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