Ahead of Sunday's blockbuster match, former Arsenal striker Kevin Campbell believes that the Gunners beating Manchester United at Old Trafford will surely be an upset.
Speaking ahead of the heavyweight clash, Campbell said:
"I think the upset will be if Arsenal win, and deny Manchester United – it will mean they haven’t won a Premier League game at home all season. Manchester United beating Arsenal wouldn’t be an upset, but if Arsenal beat Manchester United then it would be. I wouldn’t mind an upset but it’s going to be a very difficult game."
He went on to add:
"Everyone must understand that Arteta is learning on the job so he will make mistakes, that's for sure,” Campbell added, with the Gunners having suffered a 1-0 defeat at home to Leicester last time out. I think the team he picked was a good team and they were strong enough to win the game against Leicester. I just don't think Arsenal are playing well enough right now. So, it's not really exposing his inexperience, I just think, it’s a situation that Arsenal have to get through and that’s all."
The Gunners warmed up for the game against the Red Devils with a 3-0 win in the Europa League against Dundalk, while United humbled RB Leipzig 5-0 in the Champions League.
Who will carry the bragging rights come Sunday?