Opta Stats: Arsenal v Manchester United
Two teams fighting for a place in the top four meet, when Arsenal host Manchester United. Opta presents the vital statistics.
"Manchester United are on the current longest unbeaten run in the Premier League (12 games – W10 D2). They’ve won their last six away games in the competition, last winning seven in a row on the road between April-August 1993."
Arsenal have won two of their last three Premier League home games against Manchester United (L1), as many as they had in their previous eight against them (W2 D3 L3). The Gunners are [2.48] to win.
Manchester United haven't won back-to-back away league games against Arsenal since a run of three between 1983-84 and 1985-86. This was also the last time the Red Devils won three in a row at the Gunners in all competitions. Manchester United are [3.1] to claim victory.
Nine of Arsenal's 13 Premier League victories over Manchester United have been in games played on a Sunday (three on Saturday, one on Wednesday). Arsenal are [1.76] Draw No Bet.
Arsenal have only lost twice at home against an opponent in a season on two occasions - against Nottingham Forest in 1987-88 and Aston Villa in 1993-94. The draw is [3.6].
Only Spurs (33) and Liverpool (32) have won more away points than Manchester United (29). The visitors are [2.23] Draw No Bet.
Arsenal have won their last eight Premier League home games. They last won nine in a row within the same season at the Emirates back in 2014-15. An Arsenal win and both teams to score is [4.2].
Manchester United are on the current longest unbeaten run in the Premier League (12 games - W10 D2). They've won their last six away games in the competition, last winning seven in a row on the road between April-August 1993. A Manchester United win and both teams to score is [5.5].
14% of Man Utd striker Romelu Lukaku's 113 Premier League goals have come against 'big six' opposition (16 in 74 apps). He averages a goal every 346 minutes against these opponents, compared to one every 135 minutes against other opponents. Under 2.5 goals is [2.36].
Alexandre Lacazette is looking to become only the second Arsenal player to score in six consecutive home Premier League games, after Thierry Henry who did so twice (6 in August 2000, 7 in October 2004). Lacazette would be the first player to do so for the Gunners at the Emirates Stadium. Lacazete is [2.6] to score.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could become the first Manchester United manager in history to win his first two away meetings with Arsenal in all competitions, following the Red Devils' 3-1 win at the Emirates in the FA Cup in January. The draw half-time/Manchester United full-time double result is [7.6].
Dan Fitch 2018/19 Season P/L
Staked: 276.00 pts
Returned: 290.83 pts
P/L: +14.83 pts