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Sour mood in the Gunners camp ahead of United visit

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It’s yet another big challenge for both Arsenal and Manchester United coaches Unai Emery and Jose Mourinho as they are set to clash on Wednesday with both managers needing a win.

For the North London side, there is a bid to change the narrative of records against big teams which has already started with the Gunners pulling a draw against Liverpool as well as defeating Tottenham by 4-2.

Also, the Arsenal team under former manager Arsene Wenger always fall as the weaker team each time they meet any team managed by the Portuguese boss.

Gunners boss Emery has therefore stated that he is on the mission to change the narrative and make Arsenal a big team with a strong mentality.

For Mourinho, his side have struggled to record consistent performances this season with a number of defeats in addition to the 2-2 draw against Southampton.

However, with a 17 games unbeaten run, the Spanish manager is desperate to have the record continue as well as stop the supremacy of his Portuguese counterpart over his side.

This bid is, therefore, being threatened with reports that the Gunners will be without Swiss man Granit Xhaka who will be a way on a suspension having picked 5 yellow cards.

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