The second international break of the season is over, and as the Premier League gets up and running again, Arsenal travel to South Yorkshire to take on Sheffield United at Bramall Lane.

The Gunners have got off to a great start to the new season, and currently sit in third place, one point behind Champions Manchester City. On top of that, Arsenal are on an eight game unbeaten run in all competitions coming into this fixture.

Yet, this will be a difficult place to come to, and Bramall Lane will no doubt be a cacophony of Sheffield voices. This is the first time these two sides have met since September 2008, when Arsenal won 6-0 at home in the League Cup.

However, the Blades are a much different side since then, and under Chris Wilder, Sheffield United are playing with much more confidence and intensity.

On their return to the Premier League, Sheffield United have shown resilience, conceding only seven goals in their eight games, but only scoring seven in the process will be a sign of concern.

But, the Blades did show their potential in a 1-0 defeat to European Champions Liverpool, as their unique style of play can hurt teams, and they have the potential to pick up a big Premier League scalp.