Former Manchester United full-back Gary Neville has claimed that Arsenal prepare for big games as if they're "playing a game of football in the park".

The Gunners have dropped points against Liverpool and Chelsea this season, while their form in the Champions League is lacklustre following two straight defeats in Group F.

On Sunday, Arsenal will take on Manchester United, who currently top the Premier League table. "Arsenal don't prepare for a big game like it's a big game," Neville told Sky Sports News.

"I used the word arrogance and naivety earlier in the season.

"They prepare for a big game like they're going out to play a game of football in the park.

The week that they've had, losing in Europe, puts a little bit more pressure on them being at home."

In the fixture at the Emirates last season, United snatched a 2-1 victory. 


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