David de Gea – Not even a dislocated finger can keep De Gea out. Will need him to have a strong game against an Arsenal side who are likely to create lots of chances.
Antonio Valencia – Rafael is still out and United have nowhere else to turn in the senior side.
Paddy McNair – United’s current in-form centre-back.
Chris Smalling – A lot of making up to do after his howler against Manchester City.
Angel di Maria – The Argentinian is going to be United’s focal point going forward.
Marouane Fellaini – The diamond formation opens United up to attacks, so Fellaini balances that somewhat.
Juan Mata – With Rooney playing up top, the No.10 role is there for Mata.
Wayne Rooney – On a goalscoring run from England duty
Robin van Persie – Up against his old side, can Van Persie find some much needed form?