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Manchester United were spared the ignominy of a Carabao Cup elimination at the hands of League Two Rochdale on Wednesday
And of course definitely though they progressed the next round by the skin of their teeth via a penalty shoot-out.
United managed to breach the Dale defence just once during the initial 90 minutes
despite having numerous opportunities to fatten the scoreline in their favour, though the lack of incisiveness they showed in the final third was nothing new.
Injuries have been a major factor in the decline of their attacking output, though the return of Paul Pogba
and the possible return of Anthony Martial should help in that regard, especially with Marcus Rashford replacing the latter in the treatment room.
Interestingly, since that Chelsea win, United have registered 122 shots in 7 matche only Man City (152) and Chelsea (124) racked up more attempts over the same period.
That hints that chance conversion rather than creation has been the problem, though there is little to suggest that United can improve in that regard on Monday against Arsenal.
The Gunners’ attack has been functioning much more smoothly than United’s
and Arsenal make the trip north this week having scored at least two goals in each of their last five fixtures and in six of their last seven overall.
The clean sheet secured by Arsenal in their opening day 1-0 win at Newcastle remains their only Premier League blank of the campaign to date however
and only four clubs have shipped more goals than the Gunners overall in the league this term.
Unsurprisingly then, each of Arsenals last seven fixtures returned some goals, and that’s where we feel the value lies for Monday’s match-up.
Even with Man Utd’s current problems going forward factored in, Arsenal arrive at Old Trafford with the perfect blend of a potent attack and a leaky defence – and that’s always a recipe for goals.
Since their emphatic 4-0 opening day Premier League victory against Chelsea
And the goals have dried up for United, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has watched his players score just six times in seven games.