Samir Nasri, Arsenal

Arsenal vs Manchester United Monday on ESPN2

Samir Nasri, Arsenal
Samir Nasri, Arsenal
From the Guardian (as usual for me) Squad sheets: Manchester United v Arsenal

With one point between these sides at the top, and Patrice Evra turning up the heat on a rivalry that always threatens to boil over, this should be a feisty affair. Arsenal will probably make the trip to Old Trafford without their captain, Cesc Fábregas, after Arsène Wenger said the Spaniard has only a “small chance” of facing United. They could also have a problem at left-back with Kieran Gibbs out until the new year and Gaël Clichy a doubt. The hosts have slight concerns in defence over Rio Ferdinand and in midfield regarding Paul Scholes.

There’s also a good interview with Arsenal’s Coach, Arsene Wenger

Arsène Wenger feels the Premier League is the toughest it has ever been as he looks to keep Arsenal top of the table against Manchester United tomorrow night. Wenger’s side have been beaten four times already but moved into the lead last weekend after victory over Fulham, while United’s game at Blackpool was postponed and Chelsea dropped more points.

For these articles and more, The Guardian’s Football coverage

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