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Arsenal's Premier League record against the big six

The Gunners have not beaten a big-six side away since January 2015

It's coming up to four years since Arsenal last won at one of their fellow big-six outfits in the Premier League and they have been gifted a golden opportunity to end the hoodoo against injury-hit Manchester United at Old Trafford.

Manchester was the venue for that last victory when goals from Santi Cazorla and Olivier Giroud helped Arsene Wenger's Gunners to a 2-0 success at City in January 2015.

Uptown Funk was number one that day, but more often than not it's Arsenal who are on the wrong end of a beating, and the latest of those was a comprehensive 3-1 loss at Liverpool in August.

Wenger totally lost his way and replacement Unai Emery has been unable to find a solution to the chronic travel sickness. Arsenal have been unsuccessful on their last 23 league visits to a big-six side.

Despite that sorry run, Arsenal are not far short of being favourites to heap yet more misery on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer but can they be trusted to deliver a big performance on the road?

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Mark LangdonRacing Post Sport
Published on 29 September 2019Last updated 11:06, 30 September 2019