Manchester United look to end the historic week with a 15th win in 18 games under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Still unbeaten domestically since Solskjaer took charge, United head to the Emirates Stadium - a ground where they beat 'the Gunners' 3-1 in the FA Cup in January.
"I am looking forward also to playing against a team like Manchester United, and how they are in this moment with each player, with a very big confidence after the match on Wednesday (win over PSG in the UEFA Champions League)," said Emery.
Just a point separates the sides in the Premier League table.
Just a point separates Arsenal and Manchester United in the Premier League table.