Manchester United take on Arsenal in a match that will have little impact at the league table, however the ‘Red Devils’ will be looking to lock a champions league spot. Also it will be a chance for them to complete a Premier League double over Arsenal this season.
Louis van Gaal’s side were 2-1 winners at the Emirates in November and would leapfrog the Gunners into third in the table with victory on Super Sunday.
After losing three on the spin, United won against Crystal Palace last weekend and need just a point to mathematically secure Champions League qualification, although fifth-placed Liverpool are six points behind and with a far inferior goal difference.
Arsenal will be looking to bounce back from their first league defeat in three months after they were beaten 1-0 at home by Swansea.
For United, Wayne Rooney and Luke Shaw have been ruled out after picking up injuries against Crystal Palace last weekend. Marcos Rojo, Angel Di Maria and Robin van Persie are doubts while Michael Carrick and Rafael are out of the rest of the season.
For the Gunners, Danny Welbeck will miss the chance to face his former club as he has been ruled out with a knee injury and Mathieu Debuchy is also unavailable.