Arsenal v Man Utd Odds, Team News : 4/1 on Arsenal or 9/1 on Manchester has punters in frenzy at Emirates
Latest Arsenal v Man Utd odds, team news as Paddy Power announce they are enhancing the prices on both teams ,with Arsenal available at 4/1 (was 5/4) while Manchester Utd are available at a massive 9/1 (was 5/2).
The enhanced prices have already seen plenty of activity across the board as both these sides are desperate for three points, as both managers come under increasing pressure following disappointing results on the weekend.
ARSENAL v MAN UTD – ENHANCED ODDS
PADDY POWER EXCLUSIVE!
Latest Odds: Arsenal 4/1, draw 11/4, Man Utd 9/1
Paddy Power have announced they are offering 4/1 (normal price 5/4) for ARSENAL to beat Manchester Utd! Likewise, MAN UTD are available at 9/1 to beat Arsenal- its up to you to decide which price to take! Click below for more details!
Manchester United and Arsenal will both be bidding to bounce back from disappointing weekend results when they clash at the Emirates tonight.
Despite field Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie and Juan Mata in the starting line-up and crossing the ball 82 times, United conceded an injury time equaliser to Fulham in their 2-2 draw at Old Trafford.
The Gunners meanwhile put in one of their worst performances of the season and they were outperformed, outmanoeuvred and outclassed in their 5- hammering at the hands of Liverpool.
Despite an injury list that includes Aaron Ramsey (thigh), Thomas Vermaelen (knee) and Kim Kallstrom (back) Arsene Wenger is likely to make some changes to his side.
Mathieu Flamini serves the final game of his three-match ban for Arsenal and once again misses out while Jack Wilshere one of the few players to leave Anfield with his head held relatively high will start after suffering no ill effects from a recent ankle injury.
Oliver Giroud and Mesut Ozil endured rare off days against Liverpool and their places could be under threat with Tomas Rosicky and Lukas Podolski their likely replacements.
United meanwhile will be without Marouane Fellaini (groin) and Jonny Evans (calf) however Phil Jones is set to return following concussion.
Arsenal have been strong at home this season, the club have only lost twice at the Emirates in the Premier League in 2013 and are 11 games unbeaten at home in the league – a run that stretches back to the opening day of the season.
Incredibly for a club with a proud home record United have collected almost as many points (20) on the road then they have at Old Trafford (21) and with Van Persie back firing on all cylinders (he has three goals in his last three appearances) David Moyes side have the tools to trouble Arsenal.
The Dutch striker has scored in all three meetings with his former employers since moving to United and he will once again be out to silence a noisy home crowd.