Injury Scare to Thierry Henry May Boost Manchester United’s Odds in Matchup Against Arsenal

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Alistair Prescott
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Injury Scare to Thierry Henry May Boost Manchester United’s Odds Arsenal

Arsène Wenger is awaiting the results of Thierry Henry’s scan to determine whether he will play this coming Sunday 22 January against Manchester United.  The Frenchman reportedly suffered a calf injury during practice this week. 

Currently, Man United was at 6/4 odds, Arsenal at 9/4, the draw at 7/4.  United was getting just over 65 percent of the betting action.   These odds are likely to fluctuate wildly as the matchup approaches based on Henry’s status. 

Arsenal enjoy a record of 3 wins out of the last 5 Premier League games between these two sides at the Emirates.  United humiliated Arsenal 8-2 the last time these two sides met back in August. 

Meanwhile, Wenger is under fire for a decision not to make any changes to his squad during the January transfer window. 

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- Alistair Prescott,

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