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A team that can’t stop conceding against a team that have been struggling to score: Manchester United v Arsenal is this weekend’s (well, next Monday’s if we’re being pedantic) most mouthwatering fixture in the Premier League. And it’s set to be a big one.

Arsenal have conceded nine goals in their last four Premier League games (although they’ve recently kept clean sheets in the Europa League and Carabao Cup).

And after opening with a 4-0 win against Chelsea, United have only scored four more Premier League goals since then and are now suffering from a striker drought, with Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Paul Pogba all at risk of missing the match as they recover from injuries.

United vs Arsenal is always an interesting fixture, and you can catch all the action live with the NOW TV Sky Sports Pass.

A small fee can get you access to the match in Ultra HD, as well as all the post and pre-match discussion. Interested? Read on to find out how to sign up.

How to stream Manchester United vs Arsenal

Manchester United host Arsenal at Old Trafford on Monday September 30. Kick-off is at 8pm for what should be a fiery fixture.

There are a few Sky Sports deals on NOW TV at the moment to help make the subscription more affordable.

The Sky Sports Day Pass is bundled up with a 1-month Mobile pass, allowing you to to stream selected Sky sports channels on your smartphone or tablet away from home in HD. The bundle costs £9.99, reduced from £15.98.

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Or alternatively, you can get a Sky Sports Week Pass bundled up with a 1-month Mobile Month Pass for £14.99, reduced from £20.98.

Another option gives you 50% off the Sky Sports Month pass – currently available for just £16.99 – and you can then watch all the action over the next few weeks.

But if you want to continue your Sky Sports Month pass after that, the price will then return to the usual monthly fee of £33.99.

Elsewhere in the Premier League, Everton welcome Manchester City on Saturday, September 28 at 5pm, hoping to hold off a flood of goals from the current title holders.

Leicester City take on Newcastle United on Sunday at 4PM, and you can also watch the entire Formula 1 Russian Grand Prix – from Friday Practice all the way through to the race itself – on either Sky Sports F1 or NOW TV.

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