Our rivalry with Manchester United will live long in the memory of those who watched our fierce battles throughout the nineties and early 2000s.
For eight years, only Arsène Wenger's Arsenal and Sir Alex Ferguson's Manchester United got their hands on the Premier League trophy - and Mikel Arteta can remember just how feisty the games were back then.
"I think it's one of the best rivalries in the Premier League," our manager said. "The history of this clash is huge. I remember times between Arsène and Sir Alex, and the confrontations between players.
"They were fighting for the league and it was always really, really tight. It was probably the biggest clash in the Premier League and I'm excited to go to Old Trafford.
"I want to believe we're getting closer to getting the win there. For sure our mindset is going to be to go there and win the game. That's the approach that we're going to have and the gameplay we're going to put in place to go there on Sunday."
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