Manchester United ousted PSG from the Champions League in the midweek. On the other hand, Arsenal lost the first leg of their Europa League R16 tie away from home vs Rennes (3-1) last night.
The Gunners will collide against the Red Devils at the Emirates on Sunday. Who will come out on top?
As far as Man United’s team news is concerned, we can expect Solskjaer to make two key changes in the team that played vs the Ligue 1 champions.
The Norwegian manager opted for a defensive three at the back system vs PSG and we can expect him to deploy the same formation against the north Londoners at the weekend.
Eric Bailly got injured and substituted off vs the French giants in the first half of the second leg and we can expect Marcos Rojo to return to the starting XI in his place. The Argentine center half could partner Lindelof and Smalling in the back line.
Former Juventus superstar, Paul Pogba, was suspended for the midweek game and he should get back into the starting XI in place of Andreas Pereira. The record signing should start in the No. 10 role behind Lukaku and Rashford.
Young and Shaw should start in the wing-back positions and De Gea should retain his starting place in the goal.
Here is Man Utd’s strongest possible 3-4-1-2 XI vs Arsenal: