With the Gunners in their most convincing form of the season and United playing purely for pride, it would be no surprise if the home side came out on top.
Just don't tell Giggs.
"Arsenal can beat anyone on their day," he said. "They are a great club and have a lot of talented players.
"If you don't perform at the Emirates we have found out in the past you will come unstuck.
"It might be easier for us that the pressure is off, but only if you manage it right.
"The idea is to enjoy ourselves and relax and play some of the football we have done all season."