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It would be a brave punter who opposes Manchester United playing at home with the advantage of a 1-1 draw from the away leg but Lyon’s unexpectedly accomplished performance a fortnight ago means Sir Alex Ferguson’s side may well suffer the occasional scare. Click here for the latest odds!

Cesc Fabregas insists Arsenal will not be intimidated when they face Champions League holders Milan in the San Siro on Tuesday.

Arsene Wenger’s side drew the first leg 0-0 at the Emirates two weeks ago and Fabregas insists they will go on the attack tonight.

“We are young, but we are not scared and we will play our game,” he said.

“You have always seen if we are winning or losing, we will never go to defend. We will always want to attack.”

Milan have never lost to English opposition in the San Siro and, but Fabregas believes Arsenal can spring a shock if they have the courage to go out and play.

“You take the risk that sometimes you will draw or lose, of course, but we enjoy it – and any football fans should be proud there are teams like Arsenal who want to play football always, not to defend,” he said.

“We are playing against Milan, a big team with a lot of medals in their pockets.

“It will be interesting to see how we respond to that.

“We will play at the San Siro for the first time, and think we can do well if we play 100% and maybe we can cause a surprise.”

It would be a brave punter who opposes Manchester United playing at home with the advantage of a 1-1 draw from the away leg but Lyon’s unexpectedly accomplished performance a fortnight ago means Sir Alex Ferguson’s side may well suffer the occasional scare. Click here for the latest odds!

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