The English Premier League continues this weekend, with Manchester United rekindling their rivalry with Arsenal on Sunday afternoon.
It’s a high-octane clash that retains its top billing despite being something of a mid-table tussle in the early stages of the new EPL season.
The pair have lost five games between them so far, with the Red Devils showing signs of recovery while the Gunners have lost their last two.
Champions Liverpool play on Saturday, taking on improving West Ham in the late kick off at Anfield.
Two other Premier League big hitters are also in Saturday action, with Chelsea making the trip to Turf Moor to tackle Burnley.
Last season’s runners-up Manchester City, meanwhile, face a tricky trip across the Pennines to face Chris Wilder’s Sheffield United in the lunchtime fixture.
There are three other EPL matches coming on Sunday, culminating in Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham welcoming Brighton to north London for the late kick off.
The day’s earlier matches will see Newcastle host early pacesetters Everton, while Southampton go to Aston Villa.
Wolves and Crystal Palace get the weekend underway on Friday night when they meet at Molineux.
There are also a pair of Monday night games, with Leeds taking on Leicester at Elland Road and Fulham hosting West Brom at Craven Cottage in a basement battle.