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Team Characteristics

Manchester United

+ Manchester United's Strengths

Counter attacks
Very Strong
Attacking down the wings
Creating chances using through balls
Creating chances through individual skill
Creating scoring chances
Protecting the lead

+ Arsenal's Strengths

Attacking down the wings
Very Strong
Finishing scoring chances
Very Strong
Coming back from losing positions
Creating scoring chances
Creating long shot opportunities
Creating chances through individual skill
Attacking set pieces
Protecting the lead
Defending set pieces

- Manchester United's Weaknesses

Avoiding offside
Stopping opponents from creating chances
Avoiding fouling in dangerous areas
Defending set pieces

- Arsenal's Weaknesses

Aerial duels
Avoiding individual errors
Defending against through ball attacks

Manchester United's Style

  • Attempt through balls often
  • Take a lot of shots
  • Attack through the middle
  • Attacking down the left
  • Short passes
  • Take long shots
  • Aggressive

Arsenal's Style

  • Possession football
  • Control the game in the opposition's half
  • Attack through the middle
  • Attacking down the right
  • Short passes
  • Play the offside trap
  • Consistent first eleven
  • Non-aggressive
  • Opponents play aggressively against them
* Strengths, weaknesses and styles are calculated from statistics of each player's latest two seasons

Match Forecast

Manchester United will stray offside often
Very Likely
Manchester United will score as a result of a through ball
Arsenal will create many scoring chances
Arsenal will score from a setpiece situation
Manchester United will be shown a high number of cards
* Match forecast is generated from clashes in team characteristics.

User Predictions

Comments (102)

  • I am Man U fan pls no insult. I think Man U problem before now Maguire and Shaw: they are too heavy and too slow Ronaldo: Only depending on his ego and past glory His goal conversion rate has dropped may be because of age. I still think man needs a striker very rugged, two more CDs Incase of injury or overwork. Maguire even in team B is not reliable, he showed it yesterday.

  • Malacia has been the difference for united since he has come into the lineup

  • Paul tierney is MU`s MVP

  • 4th lucky win in a row now....will it never end? Said that for 30 years so I guess the answer is NO

  • Step by step we are growing. Good game from my MUFC!

  • Key moment IMO was when ETH introduced (after Farteta made his changes, quite obvious ones) Fred to play up the pitch and left Eriksen and Bruno to play counterattacking passes from deep. Fred took away the attention of the defenders and DM of Arsenal. Farteta must learn to think less obviously.

  • @koziol.mutant I agree with everything except the mocking of Arteta. He is the best out of the "young generation" of managers. He will prove it by masterminding Arsenal's title challenge this season.

  • GGMU !

  • As soon as they benched CR, they started winning. The problem is obvious.

  • @GioMonaldo Out of all the changes they made, new manager, new players, new tactics, benching Cr7 was the reason they start winning? I can see how the hate can make people say the most stupidest things ever

  • Arteta blames Referee and VAR

  • Againts negative footballer..

  • Why was Antony subbed off? Did he get injured?

  • @Frei98 Nah, just doesn't have the legs yet to do 90mins pl

  • @Frei98 looks like a precaution and some tactical switches.

  • @Frei98 No, He did not get any injured.

  • Arsenal fans really thought they're going for the title after winning against two newly-promoted side and three mid-table team which again two of them will fight to survive in PL this year, welcome back to reality.

  • @Byakuya You win the title against the small teams. Someone who actually understands football would know that.

  • De Gea is so bad

  • MUFC are improving with every game.

  • Why isn't Ronaldo scoring ?

  • @neumi17 is not top fitness and doesn't get enough passes, today it was 2, which could have been a goal with a bit more precision (one was a bit too close to Arse gk, 2nd was blocked by a defender and once more they didn't pass to Ronaldo, who was nicely positioned, but player tried to shot himself).

  • C'mon Man Utd. It's time become table toppers

  • Ronaldo should score soon

  • Why only 1 shot on target for Arsenal? They shot twice in the first half.

  • I'm rooting for Utd but I'm just nasty for the disallowed goal, Erikssen was faulted yes but if the VAR'd halted for every wrong call from the referee. So refeerees shouldn't exist in a match. I can't imagie how things going on in the WC as matchs can be halting for weak reasons.

  • @dib VAR was taylored to help Man U out of the gutter. And it works!

  • @dib It was a clear foul though.

  • @splint3r Agree it was fault but I think VAR should be used for controvertial stuffs only , like possible penalty, or offside. Using it for simple fouls when referee can calls them, IMO, ist's just an abuse of the system. Nowadays matchs are extended around 10 miinutes of extra time and a referee has been losing his role

  • @dib In what world is an offside more controversial than a foul before a goal is scored? It's 2022, not 2008.

  • @splint3r yet the refee didn't call it a foul. Not until after the goal.

  • @Gewoonmoi God forbid the referee gets something wrong in real time, unheard of.

  • @childishjp point is more that the goal was canceled for a foul preceding the attack that led to the goal.

  • @Gewoonmoi Yeah that's typically how VAR operates. Good for you for catching up though.

  • @childishjp You missed the 'preceding' part.

  • @Yassine_1 An event obviously has to 'precede' another for them to be considered correlated, how else would VAR evaluate the situation entirely? So I didn't really, did I.

  • United paid 100 million for Antony, you gotta be kidding me. Even the Dutch can't believe that just happened.

  • @Yassine_1 It's not out of your pocket. With a goal included, Antony for you Yasmine

  • @Yassine_1 For comparison, City paid 60 million for Mahrez in 2018.

  • @Yassine_1 Inflation mf, ever heard of it? The guy is literally playing his first big game in a way bigger league, shut your dumb mouth.

  • @Byakuya 100 million for a player no one has ever heard about outside of Amsterdam. That's United being desperate, like they did with Pogba a few years ago. Antony and Pogba are not worth 100 million.

  • @Yassine_1 "no one has ever heard" you mean YOU haven't heard

  • Whole Brazil football fans knows cause hes been amazing in last Brazil WC Qualifier games, He scored his first chance too, He definitely doesnt worth 100 millions but it is what it is Ajax knew the necessity and Man United always overpay

  • @Telrius no one cared about Antony. Don't make it seem as if he is a starplayer in Brasil. Even the Dutch are shocked with the sum they received for him.

  • @Yassine_1 Is Grealish worth it? Why don’t u leave the team alone. Antony just scored a goal on his debut in a league bigger than him. Haters will stop at nothing

  • @COACHIE City is the dominant club in England, and a main contender for the European title. They can afford to blunder on a transfer now and then.

  • @Yassine_1 No, they are not a main contender. You can't be the main contender in a tournament you've never won before.

  • @splint3r That makes no sense.

  • @Yassine_1 You make no sense.

  • @Yassine_1 If you've never heard about him, you were clearly living in a cave so stop talking for others. Pogba had huge potential back then and every club would love to have him, that's not United's fault if he chose to waste that potential. You're an absolute clown considering your past comments as well, but you're at the wrong place because this is not a circus.

  • @Byakuya Even the Dutch can't believe they got paid 100 for him. So that should tell you everything.

  • @Byakuya in upcoming seasons you will see his true worth.

  • 0-0 DRAW

  • This game screams a draw

  • Lisandro Martinez to get card 4.33 odds

  • Antony to score goal

  • @Marbella He scored

  • @Marbella Are you surprised by your own prediction ?

  • Man Utd win or draw likely

  • Martinez, Jesus, Dalot, Xhaka and McTominay to be booked at 576/1

  • Out of 5 games only against Liverpool United turned up. The rest of the games have been scraping 1 nils! Arsenal have dominated all 5 teams they played and won all 5. Hard to see United here winning their usual 1 nil here. Arsenal will definitely score more than a goal!

  • @albgunn -Ummm. Totally wrong, about everything.

  • Derby of the 90tees/early 2000s. No sir Arsene Wenger and Ferguson any more. Both teams look pretty good this season. I give slight advantage to Manchester United.

  • How about a 4_1 man utd win.. Expect the gunners to shoot blanks

  • Over 2.5 goals

  • 1X

  • 0-2

  • with De Gea satan in goal 1-1 or 2-2

  • @koziol.mutant what is more. Expected the unexpected when those two meet. I will never forget when Rashford had his debut under Luis Van Gaal and Arsenal away win was regarded as "easy"/"sure". That's why draw is most "illogical" so most likely ;)

  • @koziol.mutant Could I ask, do you choose matches for the draw as part of a strategy? The odds for your two predictions, yesterday, must have been very high? Thank you.

  • @RichieRochdale # matches particularly for the draw

  • MUFC 3-1

  • @Marbella GG bro.

  • Both teams to score @1.57

  • Arsenal win. United is just not strong enough for this Arsenal I feel.

  • Ajax lite cannot beat Arsenal...have always dislike the Arse but with Jesus, they look pretty darn effective...

  • @AramisMick yeah. They needed Jesus to savs that english Fiorentina.

  • Obvious 1-0 win for United. United will win 1-0 at least 11 times this season and will win the premiership with the least goals scored by any premiership winner ever. Remember this post, it will be correct when you refer back to it in May 2023.

  • @Caseyyy1 wake up man

  • @jefferee Oh, did United win? Lol

  • 0:3

  • :3

  • No way arsenal winning with ben white and xhaka midfield

  • @FF2021 limited chance of winning with the ref from Salford and VAR ref also from Greater Manchester. Mike Riley is doing everything he can to help his favourite team this weekend.

  • @Mikey1971 good news, thanks

  • Draw all day long.

  • If the referee does not interfere, it'll be a hard fought win for the Arsenal :)

  • @ramsey Yeah, wouldn't want Arsenal to have 12 men on the pitch now would we - if Arsenal are able to win hopefully they can do it without needing the extra help.

  • @childishjp I think you're overlooking the fact of where the ref (and VAR ref) are actually from. Salford and Greater Manchester if you're interested. Hardly neutral

  • @Mikey1971 I think you're reaching there mate, otherwise there'd be an investigation already wouldn't there. Use your brain.

  • @childishjp here will be no investigation but we both know which way all the big decisions went in that game. I'm sure it's just coincidence though hahaha

  • @childishjp "investigation" hahaha in what world are you living in?

  • @koziol.mutant Clearly a more realistic one compared to the people screaming "MaTcH FiXiNg" one day before a game has even commenced and on the basis that the referee(s) is from a related area to a team. Talk about conspiratards.

  • @childishjp draw will do, no conspiracy, but hidden connections in EPL are a fact.

  • @koziol.mutant You can't say "hidden connections in EPL are a fact" and "no conspiracy", because that's a literal conspiracy... Whoever wins, will win. If it's a draw, fine. Literally have no problem with admitting Arsenal were the better side on the day if they do win, and vice versa for United, but this conspiracy-level circlejerk here is embarrassing from you guys.

  • @childishjp, you are child fine, so for a start - first learn about Gestifude Agency, Wasserman/Key Sports, CAA/Base, Stellar&Unique and each of the EPL club owners businesses, odds movements in Asian markets just before games etc, and f.e. case study of referee Mark Clattenburg (who borrowed him money etc. and where all "investigations" led, and watch his actions/inactions during 2007 Everton-Liverpool to have an idea of "no conspiracy")

  • MU 1-0

  • 2-2