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Arsenal vs. Man Utd

Highbury

Tuesday 3rd January

8:00pm

On Sky

Arsenal v Man United

The big one is here.

When the fixtures are released at the begining of the season the first game, both Arsenal and Man U fans alike look for is Arsenal V Man Utd. It is undoubtedly one of the fixtures of the season.

Chelsea maybe leading the way, but there is so much rivalry between these two teams that no other game will mean as much.

With Arsenal not having beaten United in the league since the famous title winning game at Old Trafford in 2002 the Gunners will be very fired up, coupled with the fact that they need to get their season back on track, suggests that this game will be a classic.

Manchester United will still be reeling from the Fa Cup Final defeat that saw Arsenal snatch victory from the jaws of defeat, after The Red Devils battered the Gunners for 120 minutes and yet left Cardiff empty handed.

Game On.

Arsene Says.......

'COME ON YOU GUNNERS!!!!'



NB: He didn't really but he should have done.

Arsenal Team News:

Arsenal will be without the services of Ljungberg (virus), van Persie (knee), Cole & Clichy (both foot)

Gilberto returns after a one match suspension and a slighty groin injury

Player to watch: Jose Antonio Reyes

I tipped him to be the hero on Saturday but Wenger saw fit to leave him on the bench, I assume he was having a little rest before the United game and therefore I believe he will play an integral part in the game.

Man Utd Team News:

They are all basta.................

Player to watch: Ronaldo

Watch him fall on the floor and dive everytime an Arsenal player gets within 3 feet of him.

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Next Fixtures:

FA Cup 3rd Round:

Arsenal v Cardiff




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday January 2 2006

Time: 6:31PM

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