United fans always relish the visit of old rivals Arsenal to OT, and Saturday's game against Arsene Wenger's free-scoring side will be no exception...
Ins and outs
United have no new injury worries after the win at Wigan, but Rio Ferdinand (thigh), Edwin van der Sar (hand/finger) and Rafael (shoulder) are all still out. Sir Alex Ferguson has rotated his players early in the season and fielded a completely new midfield four at the DW Stadium, so expect more changes against Arsenal. Wayne Rooney, Dimitar Berbatov and Michael Owen all scored against the Latics to give the manager a nice selection headache. Wenger is missing Samir Nasri (broken leg), while captain and key midfielder Cesc Fabregas (hamstring) is also out. Tomas Rosicky is in line to return from a hamstring injury at OT, but Johan Djourou and Lukasz Fabianski (both knee) remain on the sidelines.
Many feared for Eduardo's career when he suffered a sickening compound fracture to his leg in February 2008. But,