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The combined XI of Manchester United and Arsenal has Rashford in and Odegaard out.

The combined XI of Manchester United and Arsenal has Rashford in and Odegaard out.

At the Emirates Stadium on Sunday, Manchester United will play Arsenal, a rivalry.

Both of these Premier League clubs have invested more than £150 million in their teams this summer.

Both teams will be motivated to demonstrate their skill on Sunday with the hope of at least finishing in the top four this season.

Back in the coveted UEFA Champions League competition are Man United and Arsenal.

In the group stage, the former are placed alongside Bayern Munich, Copenhagen, and Galatasaray.

These latter have been paired with Sevilla, PSV Eindhoven, and Lens, the reigning Europa League champions.

EAST RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY – JULY 22: Bruno Fernandes #8 of Manchester United battles Declan Rice #41 of Arsenal during their Pre-Season friendly match at MetLife Stadium on July 22, 2023 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)

Here, we choose a combined starting lineup from each team’s rosters in a 4-2-3-1 formation, using only players who are predicted to be available for the match.

Andre Onana is the GK.

Aaron Ramsdale is an important member of the Arsenal team, but he is not superior to Onana, who shone in the Champions League final the year before.

Mikel Arteta’s decision to sign David Raya for Arsenal demonstrates his uncertainty about Ramsdale’s abilities.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka, RB.

As the Gunners’ right-back, Ben White had a strong season.

However, Wan-Bissaka surpasses White thanks to his comeback in the second half of the prior campaign.

One of the top 1v1 defenders in the world, the former Crystal Palace player has advanced significantly.

William Saliba is the RCB.

Arsenal’s best defender, Saliba, is deserving of this position. He is a strong, commanding presence at the back. We would have chosen Saliba even if Raphael Varane was healthy.

Martinez Lisandro, LCB.

At either of these two clubs, the Argentine is the best left-footed center-back.

He is one of the best center-backs in the Premier League thanks to his tenacity, sense of position, and passing range.

Oleksandr Zinchenko, LB

Zinchenko adds another Gunners jersey to the defense because Luke Shaw will likely spend a significant amount of time on the sidelines.

Casemiro (CDM)

At the base of the midfield, we’re going to stick with the veterans. The five-time Champions League champion excels in the holding midfield position.

Declan Rice is CM

In a three-man midfield, Casemiro shouldn’t serve as the lone pivot.

Declan Rice, the summer’s biggest acquisition for Arsenal, would be a perfect fit for the number eight position.

The defense will be more tightly guarded, and he’ll be free to launch strong assaults.

Bruno Fernandes, CAM.

As an attacking midfielder, Martin Odegaard is fantastic. He leads Arsenal well and has excellent vision.

Bruno Fernandes is still in front of him.

A powerful tool for creativity is the magnifico in Portuguese.

In the League, only Kevin De Bruyne is superior to him in this capacity.

RW: Saka Bukayo.

Saka is an obvious choice.

The representative of England is a superstar in the making.

From Saka’s playbook, Antony could benefit from a few lessons.

Rashford, Marcus.

We could face a lot of criticism for omitting Gabriel Martinelli. Rashford gets in despite being our most difficult selection.

When he played on the left flank for the first time this season, the United forward helped to contribute to two goals.

He scored 30 goals in total last season.

Gabriel Jesus.

Exceptional pure strikers are lacking for both teams. Rasmus Hojlund has yet to make his Man United debut.

Eddie Nketiah, a player for Arsenal, is still a novice. This leaves us with the presumptive choice of Jesus.

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