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Arsenal and Manchester United will be out to make amends after a weekend of damaging results when they meet at The Emirates in the Premier League Wednesday.Manager Arsene Wenger called the performance "feeble," and will be hopeful the defeat won't signal the end of Arsenal's title hopes as they face a run of matches taking in United, Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, Manchester City and Everton by early March.David Moyes admitted his first season at Old Trafford had hit a new low after United conceded an injury time goal to Darren Bent salvaged a 2-2 draw for bottom club Fulham Sunday, despite the hosts dominating possession and sending in a remarkable 81 crosses.United are seventh, 15 points behind leaders Chelsea and nine off Liverpool in the final Champions League qualification spot, and are fast running out of time to salvage their season.In Tuesday's other matches, Cardiff host Aston Villa, Hull play Southampton and Norwich travel to West Ham, while Wednesday, Everton will be seeking to bounce back from defeat at Spurs when they host Crystal Palace, Man City, without a win in two matches, entertain Sunderland and Swansea travel to Stoke.
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