Arsenal head to Old Trafford today in hope of beating David Moyes' Manchester United side in this clash of the Premier League giants.

The Gunners head into the game in fine form having recently beaten Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund and will hope they can get all three points against a United side that have only won three of their last six Premier League matches.

It has been an uninspiring start for David Moyes with the only real positives being the performances of teen star Adnan Januzai and Wayne Rooney. However the Red Devils are slowly regaining their momentum with three wins in their last four league games. They will hope they can close the gap on Arsenal, who are eight points clear of them.

Robin van Persie is set to play against his former club again, having scored in both fixtures between these teams last season. 

Arsenal have been playing some very good football recently, with the form of Aaron Ramsey, Olivier Giroud and Mesut Ozil crucial to their success.

Their passing movement has been outstanding and they have kept a clean sheet against Napoli, Tottenham, Liverpool and Dortmund and the Mertesacker-Koscielny partnership has been working effectively.

With a solid structure at the back protected by Arteta or Flamini, Arsenal look a strong defensive team; and they have many talented attackers to be fearful of as well.

I think it will be a close game and that home advantage will be key to United's hope but I don't think Arsenal will lose. I'm predicting a 2-0 Arsenal win with Giroud and Ramsey as the goalscorers.

What do you think? Leave your predictions below.

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