Date, time and coverage: Sunday 10 November, 16:10 GMT. The match will be shown live on Sky Sports in the UK. Follow ManUtd.com's live blog and MUTV Online's exclusive radio commentary.
Form guide: United are unbeaten in eight games in all competitions following the Champions League draw with Real Sociedad in midweek. We will have a better idea of where a United win would leave the Reds in the table when kick-off rolls around on Sunday, given that eight other Premier League fixtures will have been completed by the time United face the current league leaders. Arsenal have been on a roll since losing their opening match of the campaign at home to Aston Villa, and will still lead the pack regardless on Sunday evening. The Gunners clinically despatched Liverpool at home last Saturday and will be buoyed by their midweek away win over Borussia Dortmund.
Ins and outs: David Moyes will be hoping to have Michael Carrick, Jonny Evans and Rafael in contention after injuries ruled the trio out of the trip to San Sebastian. Marouane Fellaini will be available as the suspension for his red card at Estadio Anoeta, of course, only applies in Europe. Jack Wilshere was due for tests on the injured ankle that sidelined him for the Liverpool and Dortmund fixtures, but Arsene Wenger was more hopeful over the possibility of a return for Theo Walcott and Mathieu Flamini.
Betting: There's little to choose between United and Arsenal, with the Reds priced at 2.20 for a win with bwin, while the Gunners are 3.30 and the draw is 3.30. However if you fancy backing Robin van Persie to score against his old side, you can get a tempting 29.00 on the Dutchman scoring first in a 2-0 win.
Last meeting: Arsenal formed a guard of honour for the Reds at the Emirates Stadium in April after we had secured our 20th league title, but the friendly welcome stopped there.