The old axiom ‘football is not a matter of life and death, it is much more important’, is surely true as two teams with everything on the line go head to head at St. Mary’s. The home side (W3, L2) are embroiled in the relegation battle, while visiting Liverpool (W4, D1) are in the race for the title.
EPL match early morning today, arsenal beat Manchester united at Emirates Stadium , more about 60000 fans are come this match at this stadium.
- Xhaka 12′,
- Aubameyang 69′
It was Manchester United’s 3-1 defeat to Liverpool in December’s reverse fixture that spelled the end for José Mourinho, and thrust Ole Gunnar Solskjær into the managerial spotlight. Now all eyes will be on Old Trafford as the Norwegian looks to extend United’s five-game unbeaten H2H streak at home against their fierce rivals (W3, D2 – in all competitions) in one of the Premier League’s (PL) biggest derbies.
United have won eight of their nine PL games since that loss (W8, D1), netting an average of 2.56 goals per match, whilst conceding just 0.67. However, each of their last four competitive games featured just one team scoring (W3, L1), with only one of those matches producing goals in both halves.