Our prediction for this Premier League match:
Buoyed by a 4-2 win over Chelsea, Arsenal will look to climb to the Champions League berth when they take on struggling Manchester United on Saturday. The Gunners proved their worth in the London derby, but they need to keep on impressing in the season finale if they are to secure a top-four finish. Talented forward Eddie Nketiah should keep his place in the starting XI after scoring a brace against Chelsea, while Kieran Tierney and Thomas Partey remain in the recovery room.
The Red Devils, on the other hand, experienced all sorts of problems at the back in a 4-0 loss to Liverpool. Cristiano Ronaldo is back after missing the midweek game due to personal issue, while Edinson Cavani, Luke Shaw, and Fred remain in the recovery room. Paul Pogba is yet another absentee in the away team. Anyhow, home win should be considered as Arsenal impressed in the Stamford Bridge triumph.
Highlighted Player (Alexandre Lacazette):
Alexandre Lacazette is a hometown boy of Lyon, a powerful striker who went through the youth ranks of the French side to become one of the most important players for Les Gones. The 25-year-old forward was also a member of all France national team selections becoming a European champion at the age of 19 by scoring the winner in the final against Spain.
This goal gave him a reputation of a big game player, one he went on to uphold on various occasions at his club. Lacazette is a hard working forward an accomplished finisher of the ball able to score from different positions. The most prolific striker in his side and among the top ones in the Ligue 1, Alexandre Lacazette scored more than 20 league goals last two seasons on a trot.
Constantly linked with a move away from Lyon, Alexandre Lacazette refuses to speak about anything other than his football and is leaving all the talk to the football pitch.
Highlighted Team (Manchester United):
Over the years Manchester United have established themselves as one of the greatest clubs in world football. The Red Devils have won three European Cup (Champions League) trophies and they have clinched no less than 20 Premier League titles.
A number of top-class players were part of Manchester United in the past, but, no doubt, the club’s biggest legend is coach Sir Alex Ferguson, who was in charge of the team for 26 years. During Alex Ferguson’s spell at Old Trafford the club won a number of trophies, but the Red Devils have been struggling in all competitions ever since he retired. Louis van Gaal helped Manchester United win the FA Cup trophy in the 2015/2016 season, with Jese Lingard scoring the winner in the 2-1 triumph over Crystal Palace at Wembley Stadium.
The likes of Bobby Charlton, Paul Scholes, Roy Keane, Ruud van Nistelrooy, Wayne Rooney, Cristiano Ronaldo, George Best and Eric Cantona are the football stars that graced Old Trafford for Manchester United.