GARY NEVILLE TIPS MAN UTD TO END ANOTHER OF ARSENAL’S UNBEATEN RUNS ON WEDNESDAY

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Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville believes Manchester United will take all three points when they face off against Arsenal on Wednesday night. 

Unai Emery’s fourth-placed Gunners are unbeaten in their last 19 matches in all competitions.

They brushed aside north London rivals Tottenham on Sunday in a spectacular 4-2 win at the Emirates.

Meanwhile, Jose Mourinho’s Red Devils drew at Southampton – leaving them 8 points behind the Gunners.

In fact, United incredibly have a negative goal difference after 14 games as they continue to struggle for goals.

It hasn’t stopped Neville making another bold prediction though.

The Sky Sports presenter says he wouldn’t be shocked if Jose Mourinho pulls a BIG result out of the bag.

“Old Trafford is always a difficult place to go so it wouldn’t surprise me if United win on Wednesday night,” the former right-back said on the Gary Neville Podcast.

The former England start turned Sky Sports pundit reckons Mourinho’s side will cause Arsenal enough problems.

“No team should be shocked about how Arsenal are going to play going in to big matches.

“United are in a massive battle to get in the top four, or the Europa League places in fact,” he added.

“If you’re Chelsea and Spurs you’ll be looking over your shoulder at Arsenal. I don’t think Liverpool and City need to worry about reaching the top four. I think they’re the two outstanding teams who will finish in the top four. If you’re Manchester United, where are you at?”