Watch the Free Live Streaming and telecast of Manchester United vs Arsenal, Barclays Premier League 2015-16 at Old Trafford on Sunday. You can watch the Manchester United vs Arsenal match live on Star Sports 4. The Manchester United vs Arsenal match can also be viewed online via Free Live Streaming on the official website fo Star Sports ie starsports.com. For those on the move, the Manchester United vs Arsenal match can be followed on mobile phones via Hotstar App. Also Read - Mesut Ozil Effect: Flight Radar Data Shows Over 1M People Followed Former Arsenal Star's Flight Path From London to Istanbul Aircraft
The way Arsenal blew away Manchester United the last time these two teams played in the league showed how far the Gunners had come in beating the top teams. There was a time when the Red Devils would win by a canter against their old rivals. Within 10 minutes, the young Arsenal front four ripped the United backline to shreds. The pace and at which some of the attacks were orchestrated left the defenders for dead. However, United are coming into this contest after registering a superb win against Fc Midjylland in midweek. There is a belief in the United side now, and are banking on their young guns to do the trick here. Also Read - Cristiano Ronaldo Transfer Rumour: Juventus Star Heavily Linked With Manchester United After Following Former Club on Instagram
The writing has been on the wall for Louis van Gaal, who has come under the firing line of the Manchester United fans for the 20-champions’ style of play. The results have tapered off too; after a good start to the season, United went though a bad slump midway through the season and now they find themselves well short of the title race. Even a top four possibility looks difficult for the side. A win remains imperative for United. With Leicester City winning yesterday, Arsenal would also be going for the kill. Also Read - David Beckham's MLS Franchise Inter Miami Appoint Phil Neville as New Manager
United have had their fair share of injury worries recently. They had as many as 16 people on the medical table for their Europa League match. Arsenal played a full strength side against Barcelona in the UEFA Champions League.
David de Gea; Guillereme Varela, Daley Blind, Paddy McNair, Riley; Michael Carrick, Morgan Schneiderlin; Jese Lingard, Juan Mata, Memphis Depay; Marcus Rashford
Petr Cech; Hector Bellerin, Per Metersacker, Laurent Koscielny, Nacho Monreal; Francis Coquelin, Aaron Ramsey; Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil, Danny Welbeck; Olivier Giroud