Manchester United welcome Bournemouth to Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon in what is expected to be a mouthwatering Premier League showdown.
A 2-1 win courtesy of a Scott McTominay brace was enough to send Erik Ten Hag’s men into the top six on the league table, while Bournemouth secured a 2-0 win over Crystal Palace in midweek.
The Cherries will look to turn their 4-0 aggregate defeat against the Red Devils around after being undefeated in their last four league games.
A 1-0 loss to Newcastle United last weekend remains Manchester United’s only defeat in their last five matches in the league, with Alejandro Garnacho and Harry Maguire finding their feet in recent matches.
A positive season turn-around for the visitors means they have climbed up to 16th place on the standings but Andoni Iraola’s men can only boast of one win in their last five matches against United.
A victory on Saturday afternoon would leave the hosts level on points with champions Manchester City but a top-four spot will still be denied them due to a disappointing goal difference this season.
Marcus Rashford could be recalled to Manchester United’s first XI, after coming off the bench in Wednesday’s clash with Chelsea.
Also, Victor Lindelof sustained an injury against the Blues in midweek and will most likely be replaced by Raphael Varane in defence for the hosts.
Meanwhile, Antoine Semenyo and Dominic Solanke are expected to lead the attacking line for the visitors.
Kickoff is scheduled for 15:00 GMT.