Manchester United will look to build momentum in the Premier League as they travel to face Arsenal under Erik ten Hag.
They have since corrected their wrongs with a 3-2 comeback victory against Nottingham Forest and will travel to face title contenders Arsenal away from home.
The game could see debuts for both Ramsus Højlund and Sergio Reguilón, who signed for the club this summer.
Confirmed match officials
The referee for Sunday afternoon’s tie will be Anthony Taylor. He refereed five Manchester United games last season, including the exact same fixture last time out. Taylor was the man who sent off Casemiro against Southampton last summer.
On the sidelines will be Neil Davies and Scott Ledger, who will act as assistant referees for Taylor during the game. The fourth official job has been handed to Craig Pawson, who will separate Erik ten Hag and Mikel Arteta on Sunday.
The Video Assistant Referee job has been handed to John Brooks, who will be assisted by Steve Meredith.
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