North London Looks To Batter Manchester

Moyes_Wenger_1908This Sunday, we see United go head to head with Arsenal at Old Trafford in a match that seems unlikely to disappoint.


A series of poor performances early on in the season had raised questions about David Moyes’s credentials as the appropriate heir to Fergie’s United, but of late, United seems to have pulled some of its pride back with a series of recent home wins.


On the other hand, Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal has is looking forward to create the invincible magic yet again. Arsenal will be coming into this clash off an amazing performance against Dortmund that saw Arsene Wenger’s side victorious at Signal Iduna Park, something no English side had ever done before.


United has already played the major title contenders this season whereas Arsenal has only faced Liverpool. One cannot question the dominance of the league toppers but the Sunday’s contest will really give a clear picture where the two clubs stands.