Olivier Giroud, Mesut Ozil and Aaron Ramsey have been in scintillating form together this season and go into the game against Manchester United this afternoon after yet another superb performance away from home.

Most of what has been spoke about of late is the brilliance of what is thought to be a dying art, a striker partnership. Examples would be that of Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge also Sergio Aguero and Alvaro Negredo.

Some of the football that has been produced has been very entertaining thus far into the season but surely a striker partnership is less creative than a striking trio?

Fans of Arsenal, who watched the previous away win at Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday will have witnessed a goal that was simply quite breathtaking. A chip into the box from Mesut Ozil towards the towering Frenchman Giroud which was nodded on for the in form Aaron Ramsey to head home in the 62nd minute is now becoming second nature to the three in form players of Arsenal's front line.

The game today could define The Gunners' year, if they win it that is. However - if they should be beaten - Arsene Wenger's side will remain top of the table and have a great chance of securing the title in this campaign.

Arsenal are a different team this year with a much more resilient back-four and an intensified desire to win. It isn't a bad shout to say Aaron Ramsey can hit 20 goals this season.

And with goals coming from more than one location, as it did when they had Van Persie, the Gunners could end up in very good nick come the new year especially when the trio are performing the way they are.

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