Manchester United

form

All
CHE 4 - 2 MNU
L
MNU 3 - 0 WHU
W
AST 0 - 0 MNU
D
MNU 1 - 0 BRH
W
MNU 3 - 1 EVE
W
WHU 1 - 1 MNU
D
REA 1 - 3 MNU
W
MNU 4 - 0 LEW
W
MNU 1 - 4 MCI
L
MCI 1 - 0 MNU
L
Arsenal

form

All
WHU 0 - 2 ARS
W
ARS 3 - 0 TOT
W
ARS 7 - 0 AST
W
EVE 0 - 3 ARS
W
ARS 0 - 2 CHE
L
LEW 0 - 5 ARS
W
WOB 2 - 0 ARS
L
ARS 1 - 1 WOB
D
ARS 4 - 0 COV
W
BRH 0 - 3 ARS
W
Head to Head
7 Matches (1 Draws)
2 Total wins 4
1 Home wins 2
1 Away wins 2
Last 5 Matches
2 Wins
1 Draw
2 Wins
ARS 1 - 1 MNU
ARS 0 - 1 MNU
MNU 0 - 2 ARS
ARS 2 - 0 MNU
MNU 1 - 0 ARS
3 Goals Scored 5
Games Over 2.5 Goals 0 / 5
Both Teams Scored 1 / 5
Team Comparison
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Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Manchester United have lost two of their three FA WSL matches against Arsenal, though they won 1-0 in their last home game against the Gunners.
  2. Arsenal have lost five of their last six away FA WSL matches against the Manchester clubs (W1), losing their last three in a row.
  3. After drawing just four of their first 40 FA WSL matches (W25 D4 L11), Manchester United have drawn each of their last three in the competition.
  4. Arsenal have picked up 44 points in their last 16 FA WSL matches (W14 D2 L0), although in their last match against Spurs they fell behind in a league game for the first time since losing 3-0 to Chelsea in February, eventually drawing 1-1 against their north London rivals.
  5. Manchester United shipped just 10 goals in their first 19 home matches in the FA Women’s Super League, but they have conceded eight in their last two games, losing 6-1 to Chelsea and drawing 2-2 with Man City.
  6. Arsenal have scored 99 goals via set pieces in the FA WSL – should they score via a set piece in this match, they will become the first ever WSL team to score 100 set piece goals.
  7. Manchester United have made just eight changes to their starting XI in the FA WSL this season, the fewest of any side. They’ve also used the joint-fewest players (17) while opponents Arsenal have used the most (22).
  8. Manchester United’s Ella Toone has been directly involved in 12 goals in her last 10 FA WSL appearances (6 goals, 6 assists), scoring against Everton last time out.
  9. Arsenal duo Kim Little and Vivienne Miedema could become the only players in FA WSL history to score against every single side they have faced in the competition if they score in this match – Little has scored against 15 of the 16 teams she’s faced but never Man Utd, while Miedema has scored against 13 of the 14 teams she’s faced but like Little, never in three games against Man Utd.
  10. Arsenal’s Katie McCabe has created more chances than any other FA WSL player in November (9), including six in their last game against Spurs. She also assisted Vivianne Miedema’s 90th minute equaliser in the match.
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