Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford believes their English Premier League rivals Arsenal under Unai Emery have become one of the strongest teams in the league.
Arsenal who won each of their past three games in all competition including a thrilling 4-2 win over North London neighbors Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday travel to Old Trafford where they will be playing against Manchester United today ( Wednesday 5 November) at 11PM.
"It's a game that holds a special place for me, playing against Arsenal at Old Trafford," Rashford told United's official website.
"But it's almost a different Arsenal side now, they're playing better football, they're a more aggressive team and looking at them now they're one of the strongest teams in the league. We have to take all that into account and no matter what happens we have to try to get the three points," Rashford who made his premier league debut against the Gunners said.
United have only had a single win in their four recent outings which was a 1-0 win against Young Boys in the Champions League last week.
According to Rashford, the team is aiming to get the three points in their game against Arsenal as they stand in eighth position in Premier League Table with 22 points while their opponents are in fourth place with 30 points.