Marcus Rashford dribbles past Mesut Ozil during Arsenal's FA Cup fourth-round clash against Manchester United in 2018/19.

Arsenal v United: Your essential guide

Manchester United will face Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium during the 2019/20 Premier League season, with the match provisionally scheduled for New Year's Day.

HOW CAN I FOLLOW THE GAME?

MUTV subscribers will be able to watch live dedicated build-up to the game in the Match Day show, followed by live radio commentary. You can also follow our coverage on ManUtd.com and the Official App, where you can track live data and player statistics in the Match Centre.

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Jesse Lingard celebrates scoring for Manchester United in their FA Cup fourth-round fixture against Arsenal in February 2019.
Goals from Alexis Sanchez, Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial ensured we beat Arsenal 3-1 in the fourth round of the FA Cup in 2018/19.
WHICH TV CHANNEL IS IT ON IN THE UK?

The Premier League has yet to announce whether or not this game will be broadcast live on television in the UK. If it is, it will be on either BT Sport or Sky Sports channels. As always, the match will be shown in full on MUTV from the following day.

HOW DO I BUY TICKETS?

For the latest information on tickets, visit ManUtd.com/tickets.

WHAT'S OUR RECORD LIKE AGAINST ARSENAL?

We’ve played the Gunners 230 times in all competitions – more than any other opponent – and, of those previous clashes, the Reds have won 97, drawn 51 and lost 82. Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium was first opened in 2006 and, across our 15 visits, both sides have an even share of the results, with six wins apiece and three draws. Notable wins at the stadium include a 2009 triumph in the Champions League semi-final second leg, a game-of-the-season contender in 2017/18 which we won 3-1, and last term's fourth-round FA Cup victory.

Arsenal boss Unai Emery issues instructions to his players in the 2019 Europa League final.
Unai Emery will embark on his second full season in charge of Arsenal in 2019/20.

HOW DID THEY GET ON LAST SEASON?

For the first time in 22 years, the Gunners had a new man at the helm, Unai Emery, who took charge after Arsene Wenger's retirement in the summer of 2018. The Spaniard succeeded in steering Arsenal to their first European final since 2006, but the north Londoners were defeated 4-1 by west London's Chelsea at the Europa League's showpiece event in Baku, Azerbaijan. That meant they missed out on a last shot at Champions League qualification, having already fallen short of their target in the Premier League by finishing fifth, just a solitary point behind neighbours Tottenham Hotspur. Spurs also knocked the Gunners out of the Carabao Cup at the quarter-final stage, while, as mentioned above, United ended their FA Cup journey in the fourth round.

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