The match will be an easy game for Manchester United to put pressure on Chelsea and Tottenham, who would later play later that afternoon.
Manchester United have been very impressive of late and are looking to make it three Premier League wins at a stretch from four games.
Recall that Manchester United had a home disappointing draw with Everton so a win is very important.
Manchester United’s team availability will be the same as last week. Diogo Dalot has not fully recovered from injury and won’t be considered.
Paul Pogba is now back in training after recovering from illness, but it has been confirmed that he won’t be considered for this fixture.
David de Gea, Victor Lindelöf, Dan James, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Fred are expected to start.
There are three choices for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to makeover the rest of his line up.
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Left-back: 19-year-old Brandon Williams could return ahead of Luke Shaw. Luke Shaw played poorly this midweek and could be replaced by the teenager.
Attacking midfield: Andreas Pereira, Jesse Lingard or Juan Mata? Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has rotated the trio all season, we predict Andreas Pereira to start after impressing against AZ and Colchester.
Striker: Anthony Martial or Mason Greenwood? Manchester United are fortunate to have these two quality player playing the same position, and we predict Anthony Martial’s midweek performance should give him the edge to start. Greenwood will probably be a second-half replacement.