Premier League: Manchester United v Arsenal

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Saturday, 19th November 2016
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Old Trafford
12:30 GMT
 

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Rashford or Rooney. Rooney seems to have done well with the opportunities afforded to him.
 

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The really is the last game we'd want at this point but I guess Jose has a really good record against Arsene Wenger doesn't he? So maybe this could be a really key game in our season. It's certainly a chance to close the gap on Arsenal in the top 4! But I'm still worried about what their attack might do to our defense.
 

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Bellerin has sustained an ankle ligament injury and will miss the match.
 

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Apparently he's carrying an injury but Chile are going to play him in their qualifier regardless, so I doubt he'll be 100%, if fit at all.
 

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I think that Rashford and Martial should come in. Mkhi could use a run too. Herrera is a must start.
Rooney has taken being dropped very well and has been very good when playing, doing all the not so glamorous striker work.

Some big players possibly missing for Arsenal, which helps. Going to need a big performance all the same though.
 

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Rooney has withdrawn from the England squad due to a minor knee injury.
 

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Team: De Gea; Valencia, Jones, Rojo, Darmian; Carrick, Herrera; Mata, Pogba, Martial; Rashford.
 
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