Arsenal take on Manchester United in a mouth-watering Premier League clash on Sunday - but which players may have a point to prove.
Mikel Arteta's table-topping Gunners are currently five points ahead of Manchester City, and will be looking to regain or extend that advantage depending on the result of City's earlier clash against Wolves.
United, meanwhile, will start the day three points behind City in fourth place, having failed to win for the first time in eight matches when they drew 1-1 with Crystal Palace on Wednesday.
Arsenal have lost just one game all season in the league, that being the reverse fixture against Erik ten Hag's side. United won 3-1 at Old Trafford in September, with Antony notably scoring on his debut for the club after his summer move from Ajax.
The Gunners are therefore aiming to even up the scores between the two sides in league games this season, whilst United could close the gap to their rivals, who have a game in hand, to five points with a win.
Here are three points who could have points to prove.
Leandro Trossard (Arsenal)
Having completed his move from Brighton to Arsenal ahead of the Premier League registration deadline on Friday, Leandro Trossard is eligible to make his Gunners debut against United.
While the Belgian international may not start the game - he hasn't played a competitive fixture since Brighton's 4-2 defeat to Arsenal on December 31 - he will be desperate to make a key impression if given the opportunity on Sunday.
Antony (Manchester United)
Antony got his United career off to a perfect start with a composed goal in September's 3-1 win over Arsenal, and followed that with back-to-back Premier League goals in games against Manchester City and Everton.
But the Brazilian hasn't scored - or provided an assist - in his last seven league games, and an away fixture at the Emirates would surely be an ideal time for him to get back to form in front of goal.
Scott McTominay/Fred (Manchester United)
Casemiro's absence is a major blow for United, with the Brazilian having starred for Ten Hag's side since his summer move from Real Madrid.
It is likely going to be Scott McTominay or Fred that replaces him in midfield against the Gunners, and whoever starts will be expected to perform a similar role to the Brazilian and help to gain the upper hand in the midfield battle.
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Topics: Manchester United, Arsenal, Premier League, Erik Ten Hag, Mikel Arteta