‘They will bat’: Chris Sutton predicts who Arsenal will win against Manchester United

BBC Sport pundit Chris Sutton has backed Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal as they defeat Erik ten Hags Manchester United at the Premier League’s Emirates Stadium on Sunday.

arsenal and Manchester United will face off in the league in a few hours.

Former Chelsea forward Chris Sutton believes the Gunners will take all three points from the game against the Red Devils.

The BBC Sport pundit believes Arsenal will win the game 2-1 but doesn’t think it will be easy for the north London club.

Chris Sutton predicts Arsenal vs Manchester United

Sutton told BBC Sports: “I think both teams have underperformed in terms of performance, even though Arsenal have seven points out of nine and Manchester United have six out of nine.”

“I think there are question marks about whether Mikel Arteta tinkered too much, legitimate questions actually. Manchester United just haven’t sparked yet.

“In the end they beat Nottingham Forest with a dubious penalty. Arsenal, at the Emirates Stadium – this will be the start of their season. I think they will beat Manchester United but I don’t think it will be easy.

“Sutton’s prediction: 2-1.”

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We expect Arsenal to go into the Premier League game against Manchester United as favorites.

First, the game will be played at Emirates Stadium.

Arsenal have been very good at home for a while and the fans will be like the 12th man in the team.

It’s hard to imagine the Gunners losing all three points today at Emirates Stadium.

Second, Arsenal are in better shape and playing better than United.

The Red Devils weren’t particularly great and we think Arsenal will end up taking all three points from the game.

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