Manchester United vs Arsenal is one of the biggest games in English football, but the Red Devils could go into the fixture this November without a manager.
United boss Jose Mourinho is currently in trouble with the FA after being sent to the stands during Saturday’s 0-0 draw with Burnley.
This is not the first time former Chelsea chief Mourinho has upset English football’s governing body and, according to the Daily Star, he could be handed a two-game stadium ban.
Were that punishment to be dished out, United would be Mourinho-less during their next two domestic engagements – Swansea City away on Sunday and then Arsenal’s visit to Old Trafford after the international break on November 19.
United are currently eight points behind Arsenal in the Premier League table.
However, the Red Devils have not lost at home to the Gunners in the Prem since 2006.
The last meeting between these sides ended in a 3-2 win for United thanks to a Marcus Rashford brace and a goal from Ander Herrera.