Arsenal v Man United
By Adam Marshall
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The Gunners are on course for the Treble and, if they avoid defeat against United, the North Londoners will be confident of remaining unbeaten throughout the league campaign.
While the noises coming out of Old Trafford indicate that the players still believe they can win the title, the reality is that next weekend's FA Cup semi-final is probably more important in the context of Sir Alex Ferguson's team's season.
However, the scars of the ugly scenes that followed the goalless draw in Manchester, and Ruud van Nistelrooy's crucial missed penalty, have not healed and the Super Sunday showdown at Highbury promises to be another explosive affair.
Arsene Wenger is missing England left back Ashley Cole after the defender suffered a knee injury during Wednesday's 1-1 draw with Chelsea in the UEFA Champions League.
Gael Clichy is a more than adequate replacement and the big occasion will hold no fears for the nerveless teenager.
Sylvain Wiltord and Ray Parlour are still sidelined and there seems little reason why Wenger will tinker with his team and formation as his side is in such splendid form.
The Red Devils welcome Gary Neville back to their defence after suspension and his experience and organisational skills have been sorely missed during United's rocky period.
Louis Saha claims he is fit again despite an Achilles worry and looks odds-on to replace the misfiring Diego Forlan while Ole Gunnar Solskjaer seems set to continue in the right-midfield role that Ferguson sees as his best position.
Kleberson is out with a knee injury and Rio Ferdinand is, of course, suspended.