Erik ten Hag&aposs side endured another tough afternoon last weekend despite beating Nottingham Forest 3-2. The Reds came from two goals down to win 3-2 but United were stunned after Taiwo Awoniyi and Willy Boly put Forest two up after just four minutes.
It didn&apost take too long for United to react after Christian Eriksen, on his first start of the season, halved the deficit. Bruno Fernandes then took the game by the scruff as he assisted Casemiro to level things up before converting a penalty in the 76th minute to seal the three points.
United&aposs opponents this week, Arsenal, endured a tricky time on Saturday as they drew 2-2 with Fulham at The Emirates, yet United will need to offer more than they have so far this season if they&aposre to come away with the points. There could be a boost for ten Hag though with Rasmus Hojlund fit enough to potentially make his debut.
Hojlund was signed from Atalanta in a deal worth up to 72million on August 5, but he&aposs yet to feature for the club after suffering with a stress fracture of the back.
United will travel to Arsenal on Sunday, September 3. Kick-off time in the UK is set for 4.30pm.
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