It hasn’t been all roses at Old Trafford as the Red Devils adjust to life without the mercurial Alex Ferguson. Three defeats in their opening six matches has seen Manchester United slip to their worst start in the Premiership for twenty-four years and inactivity in the summer transfer market has caused concern among supporters.
Arsenal on the other hand, written off as title contenders before a ball was even kicked due to another summer of keeping the chequebook firmly locked away, have defied the critics by getting off to a flier. German recruit Mesut Ozil has injected some genuine world class into the middle of the park at the Emirates and Aaron Ramsey is playing like a man possessed – the Welsh wizard easily enjoying the best form of his career.
The shift in the balance of power might only be temporary, but it has added spice to a fierce rivalry for bragging rights as the kings of English football.
Can Arsenal continue their impressive start by turning United over on their own turf, or will Moyes endear himself to the Old Trafford faithful by securing maximum points against the Gunners?
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