Speaking on Sky Sports, former Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane has admitted he likes the ‘look’ of the team now.
It was a tough start to the new season for the Red Devils with back-to-back losses.
However, their win in their last home game against Liverpool appears to have boosted their confidence and the club has now won three games on the spin.
They welcome top of the table Arsenal to Old Trafford as they look to make it four wins in a row.
Pundit Keane has delivered his verdict on United:
“The win against Liverpool has given them a big boost.
“He’s got a settled team with the same starting 11 for the last three games. A couple of clean sheets, the last couple of performances haven’t been great, (they’ve been) efficient. I like the look of the team now.”
“United definitely look stronger, they have momentum, and there will be confidence in the team.”
Regarding Arsenal, he said:
“They have been brilliant in the games. You can only beat the opposition that is front of them. They have had a little bit of luck but surely that will give them confidence.”
The Gunners have won all five of their opening matches this term and sit top of the Premier League table.
United have named their starting XI and new signing Antony has been handed a start.
The recruit from Ajax will be eager to show what he is all about in front of his new supporters.
Fellow recent signing Casemiro is on the bench, as is Newcastle United loan goalkeeper Martin Dubravka.
Full team: De Gea, Dalot, Martinez, Varane, Malacia, McTominay, Eriksen, Fernandes, Sancho, Rashford, Antony.
Subs: Dubravka, Heaton, Lindelof, Maguire, Shaw, Casemiro, Fred, Elanga, Ronaldo.