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The Tottenham Hotspurs will travel to the city for the first time since the 1-0 victory over Manchester United in April, with the fixture expected to be a high-scoring affair.
The last time Manchester United won a Premier League game in London was on 3 April, 2002, when the Red Devils defeated Arsenal 2-0 at Wembley.
A win for Spurs would see them leapfrog Arsenal into third place in the table, just five points behind champions Chelsea.
The home side, however, have had a tough start to the season.
They have dropped five points from their opening four Premier League games, including two against Chelsea.
Tottenham have scored five goals in their last two games, while Arsenal have conceded six goals in five games.
Both teams have lost their opening five Premier League matches.
Manchester United are unbeaten in their first seven games in all competitions since a 3-0 home win against Crystal Palace on 6 May.
Tottenham are unbeaten at Old Trafford since a 1-1 draw in August 2012, with their last defeat coming in September 2008.