Manchester United are still chasing their first Premier League home win of the season and their first victory over Arsenal in five meetings. The Gunners are aiming to avoid a third straight defeat after losing 1-0 to both Manchester City and Leicester.
Alex Telles will miss this one for United after testing positive for COVID-19 while Anthony Martial serves the final game of his suspension.
Eric Bailly and Jesse Lingard are sidelined and are expected to be out until after the November international break.
Arsenal are monitoring David Luiz’s thigh problem, while Calum Chambers continues to build up his match fitness.
Rob Holding is expected to return to full training next week after a hamstring injury.
The Premier League match kicks off at 4.30pm GMT on Sunday, October 31.
The contest will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.
Fans can live stream the action at Old Trafford on the Sky Go app.
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Man Utd boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: “Arsenal is always going to be difficult because they are a very good team with a good manager, who’s got some great ideas on how football should be played and I’m looking forward to it.
“I am surprised it’s 100 [games in charge]. It’s gone really quickly, even though a lot has happened.
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“So, let’s hope I can celebrate number 100 with a good performance and a result.
“I’ve enjoyed it so far.”
Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta: “They create really good relationships and they’re all very different.
“They glide together, have really good understanding and chemistry on the pitch. You can see that.
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“Since the lockdown, Ole has managed to improve that a lot and you can see that at the end of (last) season, the amount of goals and types of goals they were scoring. They’re a threat.
“They can play two or three different formations… they’ve been changing some things because of the opponents, because of the quality of players they have and sometimes to change the game in certain moments.
“We have to be prepared for that because they have that adaptability, they have a big squad and up front they have a lot of options to do different things.”
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