Manchester United could set an unwanted record during Saturday lunchtime Premier League clash with Arsenal at Emirate Stadium.
Cristiano Ronaldo-inspired Red Devils to a 3-2 win over Gunners at Old Trafford earlier in the campaign but Mikel Arteta’s men have produced solid performances in North London against the 20-time champions.
Manchester United have failed to beat Arsenal in their last three visits to Emirate Stadium in the Premier League fixtures but the Gunners have recorded a clean sheet on each occasion.
However, Red Devils are not able to score against the home team on Saturday they will allow the most successful club in the FA Cup set a record of the best-ever home defensive run against Manchester United.
Arsenal will keep four home clean sheets against Manchester United in the league for the first time in their history.
Jesse Lingard was the last Red Devils player to score a Premier League goal at Emirate Stadium after beating the Gunners 3-1 in December 2017.
Manchester United is currently three points behind Arsenal who is in fifth place despite having a game in hand
Arteta’s side can temporarily rise to fourth in the Premier League table with victory on Saturday lunchtime awaiting the result from Spurs and Brentford’s late kick-off clash.