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Thierry Henry previews Man Utds clash with Arsenal on Saturday as Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger renew their rivalry. Cheap China Jerseys . United claimed their first league win in four games before the international break against Swansea, but sit a disappointing sixth in the Premier League going into Saturdays clash.They are six points behind Arsenal, who are just two off leaders Liverpool, and Arsene Wengers men are unbeaten since the opening day of the season. But Wenger has never tasted victory in a Premier League match against now United manager Jose Mourinho. The pair have met on 11 previous occasions in the Premier League, with the Portuguese having won five of those encounters, while six ended in draws.Henry, who played under Wenger throughout his eight-year spell with the Gunners, is excited to see whether his old boss can finally break his duck against his nemesis.  Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger face off again on Saturday Can Arsene Wenger win a game against Jose Mourinho in the league? Thats what everyone wants to see, he said. Obviously Mourinho does something tactically that stops Wenger from winning.But Arsene has had a lot of opportunities to win a game against a side Mourinho was coaching - I am talking about the league - so when is it going to happen? Gary Neville says there seems to be a higher standard in the Premier League this season The Sky Sports pundit was involved in some titanic battles between United and Arsenal during his time in north London. During that time both teams fought for the Premier League title on a regular basis but despite the emergence of Chelsea and Manchester City, Henry thinks this latest meeting is a tricky one to call. Its going to be a tough game for both teams, he said. What Manchester United are we going to get, what Arsenal are we going to get?United have had some difficult games before the Swansea game while people were questioning Arsenal about how well they can do against a big team. But they answered that against Chelsea at home, who are admittedly a lot different now in the way they play. Neville says Mourinho will be disappointed with Manchester United’s inconsistency at present Its interesting to see how theyre going to behave and play against United, especially with what happened last season.Its difficult to call these games after international duties. Who is going to come back fit? Who is actually going to come back?Maybe it wasnt ideal for United to have the break after a victory as they had to go away and then come back. Its must-win for United if they want to stay close to the top.Upgrade to Sky Sports now to watch Man Utd v Arsenal this Saturday and get the first six months half price! Also See: Nev questions selection panel FA explains Mourinho fine Rooney expected to be fit Can Arsenal keep going? Cheap NFL Jerseys Free Shipping . -- The proud fathers huddled near the Dallas Stars dressing room, smiling, laughing and telling stories while wearing replica green sweaters of their sons team. Authentic Nike NFL Jerseys Cheap . I cant pinpoint a date, but I do remember a player from my youth. Brian Downing was with the Chicago White Sox at a time when I listened to every game I possibly could on the radio. That particular season the late great Harry Caray was calling the White Sox games. http://www.wholesalechinajerseyscheap.com/ .Y. -- Vancouver Canucks goaltender Roberto Luongo had little trouble picking up his first shutout of the season against a Buffalo Sabres team thats having trouble scoring goals.Having concluded their one-day encounters on Monday, New Zealand and Australia will renew rivalries in the Test arena on Friday, in the first game of a two-Test series. The Black Caps will be aiming to add the Trans-Tasman Trophy - a crown they have been unable to claim since losing to the Baggy Greens in 1993-94 - to the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy they retained by beating their rivals 2-1 in the one-day series.Australia have dominated their recent five-day tussles with the Kiwis, winning 18 and losing just one of the sides previous 26 meetings either home or away.To see if New Zealand can end that hoodoo is reason enough to watch the series live on Sky Sports, but when you chuck in the fact that some of the finest batsmen on the planet will be in action - one of them for the final time - then youd be mad not to tune in…Reason #1 - Three of the top-five ranked batsman are on showAustralia captain Steve Smith is at the summit of the Test standings, his rating of 899 placing him 10 points ahead of Englands Joe Root and the man he will meet in this series, New Zealands unflappable No3 - and probable captain -elect, Kane Williamson. Smiths vice-captain, David Warner, meanwhile, is two spots further back, marginally in arrears of South Africas Hashim Amla. Kane Williamson has stroked 13 hundreds in 46 Tests Smiths stats over the last two years have been sensational, the right-hander averaging more than 81 in nine Tests in 2014 and over 73 in 13 Tests in 2015, with 11 hundreds added into the mix in that time. Williamson racked up 1,172 runs in just eight games in 2015 at an average in excess of 90, while Warner plundered three successive centuries in the reverse series with the Black Caps earlier this winter, taking his career average versus New Zealand to a ludicrous 93.12 from five games.Reason #2 - McCullums last standArguably one the modern games most destructive batsman as well as its most innovative and effective captain, McCullum will quit the international scene after the second Test against Australia, his 101st in a white flannel. Plenty of the 34-year-olds pyrotechnics have come in the limited-over formats - who can forget the way he marmalised Englands attack, Steve Finn, in particular, with 77 from 25 balls in the 2015 World Cup? - but his swashbuckling style has also been evident in Tests. Nasser Hussain and Nick Knight discuss the impact Brendon McCullum has had on the international game as he prepares for retirement McCulllum has played a number of bruising knocks, including 202 from just 188 balls against Pakistan in Sharjah and a staggering 195 from 134 against Sri Lanka in Christchurch, both of those efforts containing a whopping 11 sixes. Wholesale Jersys From China. New Zealand have also prospered under his leadership, playing a breathtaking brand of cricket that England, for one, seem to have followed, with the Black Caps now unbeaten at home since they were pipped by South Africa in 2011-12. McCullum shall be missed.Reason #3 - Youll see how strong Australias pace reserves areMitchell Johnson is swinging to the left and right no longer in international cricket having retired partway through the home clash with New Zealand, while Mitchell Starc - who bowled close to 100 miles per hour against the Black Caps in Perth in November, as well as taking 13 wickets across the series - is another absentee as he recovers from ankle surgery. Australia seamer Chadd Sayers could win his first cap against New Zealand Uncapped Chadd Sayers, a 28-year-old right-armer with 148 first-class scalps in 39 matches and a best of 6-34, has been drafted in to the squad, alongside Jackson Bird and James Pattinson, two players just as familiar with the inside of the treatment room as the cricket pitch following sustained injury sabbaticals. Talented they may be but Australia will probably need the dogged and metronomic Josh Hazlewood and Peter Siddle to do the grunt work.Reason #4 - The last series was brilliantThe three-Test series on Australian soil a few months back produced some scintillating cricket. Warner biffed centuries in each innings of the opener in Brisbane - becoming only the third batsman to do that on three occasions in a Test, after Sunil Gavaskar and countryman Ricky Ponting - while Joe Burns and the in-form Usman Khawaja nailed maiden Test tons for Australia as the hosts secured a comfortable 208-run triumph, despite Williamson plundering 140. Adelaide Oval heled the first day-night Test in November Game two at the WACA was a drawn run-fest, with Warner blasting a maiden double hundred and New Zealands Ross Taylor a second, while Williamson, Smith, Khawaja and Australia veteran Adam Voges scored centuries, keeping things interesting for the inaugural day-night Test in Adelaide. Sceptics of the idea were quickly silenced as in front of some beautiful South Australia sunsets, not to mention huge crowds, the Baggy Greens won a thrilling, bowler-dominated encounter by three wickets on the third evening, with Siddle and a limping Starc dragging their side over the line and to a 2-0 series victory.Watch New Zealand and Australias Test series on Sky Sports, starting with the opener, in Wellington, from 9.25pm, Thursday, Sky Sports 3. 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