On Sunday evening, Arsenal will face off against Manchester United at the Emirates Stadium for a highly anticipated match-day 21 tie in the Premier League. Both teams are coming off impressive showings in their last Premier League matches; Arsenal beat Tottenham Hotspur 2-0, and Man United drew with Crystal Palace. For Arsenal, this is an opportunity to take revenge on the only team (Man United) to have beaten them in the league this season. If they win this game, they can open up an 11-point gap over Man United and continue their dominant run atop the Premier League table (47 points from 18 matches). Man United is currently in fourth place with 39 points from 19 matches and is hoping to stay close to Manchester City.