Analytics website Vysyble has revealed that the Premier League will witness the first "billion-pound game" when Manchester United face Arsenal on Saturday afternoon. With a much-fancied Manchester United coming to the Emirates with a four-point lead, if Arsene Wenger and his players can win, and make a statement by doing so, then they thrust themselves into the forefront of the race for not only the top four, but for the label of Manchester City's greatest challengers.
Here five key players to watch, all of whom I believe will, one way or another, have a big say in who comes out victorious. I was watching a movie about a match between Bjorn Borg and John McEnroe and his coach was telling him that "one point at a time".
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"I tell my players to just think about the game". The Portuguese tactician knows a defeat could spell an end to their title challenge.
He added: "When we have the ball we will attack with 11 men and when they have the ball we will defend with 11 men".
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"I think I will always try to play the best possible team, even the CL match was a must win match I think I would forget it, I would go for the game one game at a time and I would go for the most important game now, is tomorrow and is hard enough for you to be not focused and not be thinking about other things". Both Eric Bailly and Phil Jones are both major doubts going into the weekend clash.
United boss Jose Mourinho is facing injury problems in defence.
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