The new man in charge Rangnick has been waiting for his work visa to be processed, but luckily the UK will get their first taste since Ralf Rangnick was appointed interim manager.
The 20:15 GMT kick-off comes live on Amazon Prime Video and features two teams who were already playing before that happened.
Manchester United team news vs Arsenal: Harry Maguire available after suspension
— utdreport (@utdreport) November 30, 2021
With three key players being unavailable for Manchester, it was an interesting start to the match against Chelsea.
The first half saw Michael Carrick taking charge at manager and utilizing left back Luke Shaw who had sustained two head injuries recently in a row before this fixture; he also said earlier that day that Paul Pogba would not play due to fitness concerns.
Manchester United vs Arsenal head to head in the #PremierLeague
ManU wins: 24
Arsenal wins: 15
At Old Trafford
ManU wins: 16
Arsenal wins: 3
Draws: 9#ARS last won away at Old Trafford against #ManU in the #EPL way back in the 2006/07 season.#MUNARS pic.twitter.com/zTBQSW0c3N
— Sports statistics (@numbersinsport) November 1, 2020
ARSENAL’S TEAM NEWS
Mikel Arteta awaits the results of a scan on Bukayo Sako’s injury that he sustained in their 2-0 win over Newcastle United last time out. The England international has scored quite regularly for Arsenal this season.
It looks like his luck may have run just as deep when playing against teams at home or abroad – though we’re not sure if there will be any more goals to come yet!
Granit Xhaka missed out against them due another knock while Sead Kolasinac is sidelined too but Aaron Ramsay made his first start since filling in Bernd Leno at backup keeper so hopefully all is well with our defense.
Arteta has some tough decisions to make for tonight’s gamehttps://t.co/vCFD5fliiq
— Arsenal FC News (@ArsenalFC_fl) December 2, 2021
Its Glory vs Gunners! May the Best Team Wins!!