North London giants Arsenal have a poor record at Sheffield United in the Premier League and they would be hoping to change that when the two teams meet at Bramall Lane in a league game on Monday night.
Arsenal have made just two visits to Sheffield United and they are yet to win on each occasion.
The Gunners have drawn one and lost one from those two Premier League visits to Bramall Lane.
The last visit in 2006 ended in a 1-0 loss when Christian Nade scored the only goal of the game for Sheffield United.
The incentive for Arsenal manager Unai Emery and his players is third place ahead of the Sheffield United game later on Monday.
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An away victory for the Gunners will take them back to third position on the Premier League log.
Arsenal started the weekend in third place but respective wins for Chelsea and Leicester City have seen the Gunners drop to fifth position and only a win over newly promoted side Sheffield United will take the North Londoners back to third position.
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