Arsenal vs Manchester United used to be the biggest match in the Premier League. And while it still carries importance, it’s more relevant in the race for Champions League qualification rather than for the championship itself.
When Jose Mourinho was sacked, the Gunners were eight points ahead of United. When the sides clashed in the FA Cup in January, they had identical W-D-L records in the league. Now the Red Devils are a point ahead, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s magic touch has given them a power rarely seen under José Mourinho: they’ve won several big matches away from home. But have they deserved to? Read More