By FOX SPORTS Staff
The Gunners, fighting to finish in the top four of the Premier League, will play host to newly-crowned champions United in their next fixture.
Arsene Wenger's men are currently third in the table with 63 points from 34 games and will qualify for next season's Champions League if they manage to win their remaining four league fixtures.
United will undoubtedly prove a stern test for the Gunners on Sunday but Cazorla insists his side have the quality to beat the Red Devils and pinpointed possession football as the key to beating Sir Alex Ferguson's men.
"Above all we need to keep the ball," Cazorla told Arsenal Player.
"If we have the ball, we're definitely going to hurt them. We're a team that keeps possession well and knows how to hurt the opposition.
"If we don't, it'll be the reverse. They'll cause us problems because they have a lot of quality and when given space they can threaten us. Keeping the ball is the key. We need to force them back and not give them time on the ball as they have players that can make a difference.
Arsenal were beaten 2-1 by United at Old Trafford earlier in the season, a game Cazorla admits were far from the Gunners' best.
"It wasn't a good game for us [at Old Trafford]," Cazorla added.
"We didn't play very well and made life hard for ourselves right at the start with Van Persie scoring within five minutes.
"We found it tough trying to break them down and they had a lot of good chances. Then we went down to 10 men after Jack got sent off. They played the game well. My goal at the end means the scoreline flattered us a bit and I think they were better than us in that match."
Cazorla also dismissed suggestions that United, having already wrapped up the title, would take it easy against Arsenal.
"We always look forward to the big games," Cazorla declared.
"They're coming here having won the league and we hope that they'll be more relaxed than if they had to win the league on our pitch, but it's going to be a very difficult game.
"At the moment, they've got the best team in the Premier League - they've proven that by winning the league with games to spare. But I hope we can get the three points at home because we need them more than they do.
"It doesn't matter, for example, if it's Van Persie, Welbeck, Chicharito or Rooney up top, they're all spectacular players and they can all cause us a lot of problems. So, it doesn't matter who plays. The fact they've won the league won't make any difference.
"Each game is a final for us, Tottenham and Chelsea, because we're all fighting for third and fourth place.
"The three points are vital on Sunday. Every game has greater significance now and beating United at home would mean a more secure position."
United beat the Gunners 2-1 in last season's corresponding fixture.