CONFIRMED Manchester United and Arsenal Lineup: Plenty of changes

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Manchester United twice came from behind against Arsenal in an entertaining 2-2 Premier League draw at Old Trafford on Wednesday.

The match descended into a scrappier contest, with Arsenal losing Rob Holding and Aaron Ramsey to injury, as both sides seemed to struggle with the torrential rain and slick surface.

But the Red Devils will have to pay £40m for them to land the 46-year-old Argentine at Old Trafford as replacement for Jose Mourinho. And be more far away from our box when the opposition team have the ball. But the two goals they scored were flukes, David de Gea should never palm the first into his own goal, and the second was even luckier.

Despite once again conceding the lead on the South Coast - United have done so in seven of their last nine top-flight fixtures - Paul Pogba had a woeful 90 minutes, and it was reported that Mourinho described him as a "virus" after the game. Their unbeaten run stands at 20 matches in all competitions.

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The result was United's fourth without a win in the Premier League and left Mourinho's side eighth in the table, eight points off the Champions League qualification places.

Arsenal legend Ian Wright has questioned whether playmaker Mesut Ozil can adapt to the demands of new Gunners boss Unai Emery.

Arsenal players were still in high spirits as they prepared for their clash with Manchester United on Wednesday. One of the things have noticed in England is that there are no weak games in the Premier League.

United twice came from behind against Arsenal - fast becoming a feature of the season - to prove they are not ready to throw in the towel and Dalot insists the whole squad is behind the manager.

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Nearly everyone, including the United faithful, had their money on an Arsenal win but a late error by Sead Kolasinac allowed the home side to level the score for the second time as the game ended 2-2 at the full-time whistle.

"For sure we will get there". When are we thinking he will start playing with us?

"I need to adapt considering the team I'm now playing in, the coach and the league I am playing in".

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