Manchester United duo could feature against Arsenal

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Manchester United duo Phil Jones and Marouane Fellaini could both feature in tonight's game between the Premier League champions and Arsenal.

It was originally thought that both Jones and Fellaini would miss Manchester United's showdown against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium, however David Moyes has revealed they are "in with a chance" of  featuring against the Gunners.

Manchester United defender Jones had to be substituted at half-time against Stoke City at the beginning of February due to concussion.

It was originally thought that Jones would be able to recover in time to face Fulham at the weekend until he was deemed unfit to return for the encounter against the Premier League's basement side.

Manchester United midfielder Fellaini was also expected to play against Fulham, however he injured his groin in training last week.

Fellaini has not made an appearance for the Red Devils since their 1-0 defeat against Everton at Old Trafford at the beginning of December.

The Belgium international was sidelined for six weeks with a wrist injury as Manchester United's summer signing needed surgery.

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