FA Cup Preview: Arsenal v Manchester United

FA Cup Preview: Arsenal v Manchester United

Solskjaer passed his first big test as Manchester United boss when the Red Devils were 1-0 winners against Tottenham at Wembley earlier this month.

United led 2-0 after just 33 minutes, and despite not seeing much of the ball, the result never seemed in doubt after the half start. It's the last game after the [league] season is done, seeing the teams walk out at Wembley.

Manchester United won't have three players available for this match.

"I used to be one of four strikers when we played with two". The win over Brighton made it seven wins in a row for The Red Devils, and they're yet to lose since the appointment of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as interim manager.

Former Manchester United forward Giuseppe Rossi has thanked the club for allowing him to train with them as he looks for a new side.

Manchester United have decided upon three potential superstar signings under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, as per a report from The Express, which adds that the club has identified Matthijs de Ligt, Kylian Mbappe and Hirving Lozano (in pic) as three possible additions to reinvigorate the current squad.

That is the view of former Gunners defender Martin Keown, who says that Sanchez gets "a real buzz" from playing in the FA Cup.

Meanwhile, Arsenal have not been playing very well of late.

Tempers boiled over after the third United goal with Rashford and Arsenal's Sead Kolasinac squaring up near the touchline to spark a melee for which they were both shown yellow cards. Whether or not Emery decides to restore Ozil to the starting line-up come Friday, it looks like the game will come too soon for Henrikh Mkhitaryan while Rob Holding, Hector Bellerin and Danny Welbeck are all long-term absentees.

'Solskjaer knows the very fabric of the club and if he keeps winning games he will get the job'. They are being given a licence to play and we are seeing tremendous performances now'.

The game opened up after the 20-minute mark with both sides fashioning quality chances, Alex Iwobi firing right at Sergio Romero and Paul Pogba just missing the chance to poke in a Jesse Lingard cross at the other end.

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