Arsenal given extra preparation day for Man Utd as fixture moved in Premier League title race.

Arsenal’s game against Manchester United has been rescheduled for live TV coverage, giving the team an extra day to prepare for the match. The game will now take place on Sunday, May 12, providing Arsenal with additional time to recover from their previous match against Bournemouth. The additional day could make a difference in their chances of securing a victory at Old Trafford. Arsenal has struggled to secure an away win against United, with their last victory at Old Trafford dating back to 2020 when they secured a narrow win with a second-half penalty from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

The upcoming match could have a significant impact on the title race, with Arsenal currently leading the table with 71 points, narrowly ahead of Liverpool due to their superior goal difference. Liverpool and Manchester City are close contenders, and Arsenal will be eager to maintain their lead and secure their first Premier League title in two decades. Manager Mikel Arteta has stressed the importance of maintaining a winning streak, acknowledging the tight competition at the top of the league. He emphasized the need for consistent victories to stay in contention for the title until the last game of the season.

Arteta’s comments reflect the team’s determination in the title race, as they aim to learn from last season’s disappointment and secure the title this time around.

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