Manchester United will host West Ham United at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon in the quest to go unbeaten in three successive league matches.
The Red Devils stripped Wolves of all three points in midweek in a 4-3 result, while the Hammers settled for a 1-1 draw with Bournemouth on Thursday night.
Erik Ten Hag’s team have the head-to-head advantage in their last five matches against the Hammers, winning thrice in the period.
Kobbie Mainoo proved to be the difference last time out for the hosts, scoring an sublime late winner at the London Stadium in injury time.
However, Manchester United have failed to establish control over the opposition in games this season, and their luck could run out against an ever-efficient West Ham side on Sunday afternoon.
The reverse fixture saw the Hammers beat the Red Devils 2-0 at the London Stadium and David Moyes’ men will be eager to complete the double over the Red Devils for the first time in 17 years.
Marcus Rashford and Rasmus Hojlund are the main names to keep an eye on in this clash for the hosts while Mohammed Kudus will look to reopen his scoring account since his return from the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations.
The match starts at 14:00 GMT.