In fact, should the north London club triumph it would be the first time in Premier League history that they have won three consecutive home matches against United. Man United got to an early 3:0 lead after only half an hour of play through phenomenal Ashley Young who bagged a brace against the former team, while Anthony Martial scored to give Jose Mourinho's side a huge advantage at the break.
Unfortunately for the Manchester United boss, that doesn't seem to be the case.
Asked if he was expecting Mourinho to "park the bus" at the Emirates, Wenger replied: "No, I don't expect anything special".
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"You sacrifice, but you enjoy it, so you go through it and you just want to recover to play those games. I played my last two games for 90 minutes so I need a bit more time to feel 100 per cent - but I'm still good to play". "They will not only defend", Wenger said.
The bad blood runs deep between Mourinho and Wenger, with the latter yet to forgive the Portuguese for labelling him a "specialist in failure" in 2014 when he coached Chelsea.
"We won the title in Manchester" is a chant still sung to this day by Arsenal fans, who saw their team famously take the Premier League title from Manchester United at Old Trafford, when keeper Fabian Barthez could only parry a Freddie Ljungberg shot into the path of Arsenal's enigmatic French winger Sylvain Wiltord, who put the ball away, cuing scenes of delirium amongst the travelling Arsenal faithful. Most alarmingly, in those seven matches United have managed just one goal.
Antonio Valencia is also said to have scored highly at United's Carrington training base, while stocky striker Romelu Lukaku was at the opposite end of the spectrum.