Manchester United vs Arsenal: live stream, start time, TV info and more

Jul 19, 2012; Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM; General view of The United Trinity Statue outside of Old Trafford Stadium. The stadium will be one of the venues for soccer during the 2012 London Olympics. Mandatory Credit: Joe Toth-USA TODAY Sports

This is a match up of two of the biggest English clubs. Arsenal are sitting atop the table and looking to keep a five point lead over Arsenal with a win. Manchester United is trying to get back into the race and climb closer to the top with a win and three points. United currently sits in 8th place with 17 points.

United manager David Moyes isn’t surprised by Arsenal’s success.

“People who really know the game did mention Arsenal,” said Moyes, via ESPN FC. ”They’ve got stability. For the first time in a long time, a lot of the other sides have changed their manager.

“I felt Arsenal would have an opportunity because they are not having those changes. The manager knew all the players and was used to working with them. Arsenal have always been a good team, so it should not be a big surprise they have started the season so well.

“It just shows it is the right way for clubs to go in the long-term. I do believe that the way to get success is to stick with your manager and give them a lengthy period in the job.”

Date: November 10
Start Time: 11:10 a.m. ET
Location: Manchester, England
Stadium: Old Trafford
TV Info: NBC Sports Network, Telemundo
Radio Info: Sirius XM FC
Online Radio Stream: Talk Sport Radio
Live StreamNBC Sports Live Extra

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Topics: Arsenal, EPL, Manchester United

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