This Sunday, the Premier League has one of its biggest ties of the season. Reigning champions Manchester United travel down to the capital to take on long time Premiership rivals Arsenal.
Both clubs have seen a resurgence in form since less than auspicious starts, to sit in second and third in the division. Manchester United have one more point than the Gunners from the same number of games, with identical goal difference after 23 games.
Manchester United come into the tie after a 3-1 victory over cross city rivals Manchester City in the Carling Cup, were they won 3-1 to go through to the final at Wembley 4-3 on aggregate after a last ditched winner in injury time.
Arsenal are in the middle of a very tight and congested period of fixtures that could make or break their season. After a mid-week 0-0 draw away to Aston Villa, Arsene Wenger will be hoping to get back to winning ways and avenge the 2-1 loss to Sir Alex Ferguson's Red Devils in late August last year.
To assess just how the two teams have been doing this season in the League and Europe, I have knocked the heads together of Callum D'Souza ( from the Arsenal community page) and Salaar Shamsi ( from Manchester United's) .
* for the answers I will use CDS for Callum and SS for Salaar.