Manchester United have the opportunity to make it three wins in a row in all competitions when they take a trip to the capital to face West Ham United on Sunday afternoon.
The Red Devils have won their last two games in all competitions by the scoreline of 1-0 and they can make it win number three in a row when they face the Hammers at the London Stadium.
Manchester United have been in good form since the players returned from the international break despite the fact that star players like Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial have been missing from their team.
Pogba and Martial last played for Manchester United before the international break.
Both players will miss the West Ham United game as confirmed by manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer during his pre-match press conference on Friday morning.
Manchester United beat Leicester City 1-0 at home in their last league game last weekend courtesy the first half penalty from Marcus Rashford in the first game after the international break before the same scoreline was recorded at home to Astana FC of Kazakhstan in their Europa League opener on Thursday.
Probable Manchester United XI: David De Gea; Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Harry Maguire, Victor Lindelof, Ashley Young; Scott McTominay, Nemanja Matic, Juan Manuel Mata; Daniel James, Jesse Lingard and Marcus Rashford.
There Will Be No January Exit For This Liverpool Playmaker
Liverpool playmaker Xerdan Shaqiri has shut down the transfer rumours linking him with a move away from the reigning European champions during the January window.
Swiss international Xerdan Shaqiri has been the subject of transfer reports in the media in recent days with Turkish Super League giants Galatasaray mentioned as one of the clubs interested in signing him.
In an exclusive interview with The Athletic, Xerdan Shaqiri said that he has no reason to leave Liverpool.
It had been reported that the former Inter Milan and Stoke City winger was weighing up his options ahead of the January transfer market mainly due to his lack of playing time.
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Xerdan Shaqiri has not played much this season due to injury and has not been involved in much match action whenever fit.
That changed recently when he was given a rate start by Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp during one of the biggest games of the season in the Premier League.
Shaqiri was selected for the Merseyside derby clash with Everton and he didn’t disappoint his manager after netting one of the goals in a 5-2 win at home to the Toffees.
Belgian international Divock Origi was the star of the Merseyside Derby after his brace in the first half of the league clash.
Why Klopp Is The Best Manager In The World Revealed
German tactician Klopp and Austrian-American Marsch will meet in the Champions League later this week and the latter has praised his counterpart.
The two managers will meet for the Champions League decider between Liverpool and Austrian Bundesliga champions Red Bull Salzburg.
The two teams will meet on Tuesday night in the Group E clash in the Champions League with both sides still within a shout of qualifying for the next stage.
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Reigning champions Liverpool need just a point from the Red Bull Salzburg game to secure their spot in the Round of 16 of this year’s edition.
On their part, Red Bull Salzburg need to beat Liverpool at home to seal a place in the Champions League knockout stage for the first time in their history.
Jesse Marsch talked about Klopp in his recent interview as monitored by popular media portal Goal.
According to him, Jurgen Klopp has shown his quality as the best manager in the world.
Red Bull Salzburg were beaten 4-3 in the reverse fixture on Matchday 2 with Mohamed Salah getting two of the goals for Liverpool.
Manchester United Set To Sign £130,000 p/w Midfielder In January
According to Argentine media outlet El Intransigente, Leandro Paredes is weighing up his future at PSG amidst the interest from Manchester United and other major European sides.
The Red Devils are not the only ones keen to sign Leandro Paredes with the Italian Serie A duo of Napoli and AC Milan also monitoring his development in the French capital.
Argentine international Paredes is not a stranger to Italian football having represented AS Roma before moving to Zenit St. Petersburg of Russia.
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The 24-cap Argentinian national team player signed for PSG from Zenit St. Petersburg in January 2018 and he could leave the French giants after just one year.
The player is said to be unhappy with his lack of playing time at PSG.
Leandro Paredes has been restricted to just four league starts this season in the colours of PSG as manager Thomas Tuchel prefers the duo of Marco Verratti and Idrissa ‘Fans Gueye as his central midfielders.
Paredes has scored three goals in 24 appearances for his country and he could be a useful addition to the Manchester United setup if the Red Devils were able to pull off a move for him.
Finally, Chelsea could sign this winger for cheap in January
Chelsea have a keen interest in the Algerian international player but they are not the only Premier League club interested in him.
According to Sky Sports, Aston Villa are also monitoring the winger ahead of the winter transfer market which opens again in the next few weeks.
Said Benrahma is a key performer for Brentford and he has scored three goals and also provided three assists in 12 league starts and four substitute appearances this season as his London club tries to chase Premier League promotion.
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In the last campaign, Said Benrahma scored 12 goals and also provided 10 assists in 19 league starts and nine substitute appearances for Brentford.
Chelsea and Aston Villa are expected to battle each other for his signature since the former can now sign players.
The Blues can sign players in the January transfer window after their transfer ban was lifted.
The Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) delivered the verdict on the two-window transfer ban imposed on Chelsea by FIFA on Friday.
The transfer ban was partially upheld and changed to a window ban which has already been served in the summer.
Finally, Liverpool Make Contact With Striker Target Ahead Of January Window
The interest of Liverpool in Evanilson was confirmed by Brazilian football correspondent Robbie Blakely who told Football Whispers that the Merseyside giants can sign Evanilson for just £4m.
Evanilson is attracting the interest of European clubs after he finished as the topscorer in the Brazilian u-20 league.
He also had a short spell with Slovakian club Samorin and scored three goals in six matches during that time.
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His contract at Fluminense expires in February 2020 and Liverpool can get him for a knockdown fee of just £4m.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has talked up the possibility of signing a new striker in January especially if young attacker Rhian Brewster leaves the club on loan and Evanilson could be an option for the Reds.
Rhian Brewster is attracting a lot of interest from English clubs and non-English teams.
The Liverpool striker has been linked with top English Championship teams like Leeds United and Swansea City, while Premier League teams Crystal Palace and Aston Villa are also keen on a loan move for the 19-year-old.
Borussia Dortmund and fellow German side Borussia Moenchengladbach are also in the running for Rhian Brewster.
EPL: Stalemate Confirm Prediction For West Ham vs Arsenal Clash
Former Premier League player Robbie Savage has predicted a draw for the league clash between West Ham United and Arsenal.
The ex-Leicester City and Blackburn Rovers player made his prediction on Premier League TV as he said the London Derby game between hosts West Ham and Arsenal at the London Stadium will end in a 1-1 draw.
The two teams start the game in the bottom half of the league table and a draw will be of little use to the two London sides.
Arsenal are presently in 11th position with 19 points, while their hosts West Ham United have 16 points and are in 16th position on the table.
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The Hammers are just points above the relegation zone, while Arsenal are four points better than the last relegation spot occupied by Southampton at the moment.
West Ham United manager Manuel Pellegrini is in serious trouble at the club and a loss against the Gunners could spell the end of his reign with the East Londoners.
He was appointed as the Hammers boss at the start of last season and he led them to a top-ten finish in his first campaign.
West Ham United fans expected the side to build on the performance from last season in this campaign but Pellegrini and his players have not been able to do this.
EPL: How Jamie Vardy Equals Record Set By Ruud Van Nistelrooy
Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy continued his good form in front of goal following his brace in the 4-1 win over league newcomers Aston Villa during their Premier League outing on Sunday evening.
Jamie Vardy was able to add two goals to his tally to take him to 16 league goals for the season at the top of the Premier League goalscoring chart.
The retired England international has now scored in eight successive games in the Premier League thereby making him only the second man to score in at least eight straight Premier League games on two occasions.
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He equaled the record set by former Manchester United striker Ruud Van Nistelrooy.
The Manchester United legend scored in ten successive games in the Premier League and also scores in eight straight Premier League matches another time.
Jamie Vardy holds the record for at least a goal in the most successive games with 11 as set in 2015.
He was able to break the record of Ruud Van Nistelrooy four years ago by netting in 11 straight matches.
Apart from Jamie Vardy, Jonny Evans and Kelechi Iheanacho also got on the scoresheet for Leicester City, while the lone Aston Villa goal was scored by star player Jack Grealish.
Golden Boot Race: How Vardy Extends Lead Over Tammy Abraham
Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy has edged clear in the Premier League Golden Boot race after his brace in the Aston Villa game on Saturday evening.
With the help of the two goals against former European champions Aston Villa, Jamie Vardy was able to stretch his lead ahead of Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham.
Jamie Vardy started the weekend with 14 goals in the Premier League, while his Chelsea counterpart Tammy Abraham had 11 goals.
Tammy Abraham was not able to add to his goal tally at Everton despite playing the entire duration of the league game which ended in a 3-1 win for the Toffees at home in the first game of week 16 matches.
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On his part, Jamie Vardy was in very good form as he scored the first and last goal of the game for Leicester City who thrashed hosts Aston Villa 4-1 to close the gap on league leaders Liverpool to eight points.
Kelechi Iheanacho gave the assist for the first goal of the game scored by Vardy before he turned scorer off a James Maddison to double the Foxes advantage with four first-half minutes left.
Aston Villa playmaker Jack Grealish halved the deficit for the home side at the end of the first half but Leicester went on to score their superiority further with second-half goals from Jonny Evans and Jamie Vardy who now has 16 goals in the league.