It’s seven-four in one side’s favour, but which one…?
With Manchester United hosting Arsenal in Monday’s FA Cup quarter-final tie, here’s a combined XI of the two sides based on recent form, with some big names and expensive signings missing out…
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GK: David de Gea
Comfortably in ahead of Arsenal’s stand-in goalkeeper David Ospina, David de Gea has been one of the best in Europe in this position this season.
DR: Hector Bellerin
A talented young right-back, Hector Bellerin certainly looks a better option than the likes of Rafael or Antonio Valencia right now.
DL: Kieran Gibbs
A top left-back, Kieran Gibbs gets in narrowly ahead of Ashley Young, who has impressed in his new role this season.