“I take the point that Arsenal are probably the form team and it’s going to be a tough game. You know what you’re going to get. They’re going to keep the ball, they’ve got plenty of quality and in good form.
“We’ve not started the season as well as we wanted to and Arsenal have, so we’ll go into the game knowing we need a good performance. But at Old Trafford we’re always confident that, no matter who we're playing, we can beat them.”
Giggs agreed that tomorrow’s encounter has regained its significance after almost a decade in which Arsene Wenger’s side have not been genuine title contenders.
“When Arsenal come to Old Trafford it’s always a big game,” said Giggs, now combining playing with a coaching role at United.