The 24-year-old recently returned to the United side and his comeback has coincided with an upturn in form for Jose Mourinho's side.
Despite both teams playing catch up to Pep Guardiola's Manchester City for the majority of the season, this fixture will be all about Arsene Wenger and his nemesis Jose Mourinho. There will be no such excuse on Saturday but some suspect the United boss will come to the Emirates determined to dig in for a draw.
Wenger, though, is not buying into the talk and when asked if he believed the Portuguese's side would "park the bus", he said: "No, I don't expect anything special". But I would never fight it for a free-kick or a penalty, or whatever, because we all want the same result. I just expect us to be ready to recover now. They will not only defend... Lacazette will not be able to help his teammates in a derby as he sustained a groin injury against the Terriers and Wenger substituted him at the start of the second half so that Giroud will serve as the main man in the attack on this one.
Man United is now in the 2nd position in the Premier League with 32 points, four more than the Gunners, but eight fewer than the city rivals Man City, and a potential defeat here would likely see the Citizens going 11 points clear of the Red Devils.
Possibly the match which provides one of the most unforgettable moments and scenes in Premier League history.
'My favourite part is the game at the end of the session, ' he said. Taking its cue from financial analysts Vysyble, the Mail explains that the report is based on the combined turnover of the two rivals, with Arsenal achieving a revenue of £424m in the 2016-17 season while in the same period United posted a record £581m, taking the clubs' total to £1.05bn.
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