Manchester United will visit West Ham and their former manager David Moyes for this Premier League match hopeful of coming back home with a three points.
The Red Devils suffered a shock 2-1 loss at Young Boys in the Champions League in midweek.
That loss was Cristiano Ronaldo’s second game back with them and he scored their only goal.
They will bank on him to start and be among the goals for them in this match as well.
They beat Newcastle United 4-1 in their last league game thanks to a brace from Ronaldo.
However, West Ham will be tougher opponents, as the Hammers have made much progress under the management of Moyes.
They nearly finished last season inside the top four and they have started this campaign in similarly bright form with two wins and two draws from their opening four league games.
They were in stunning form in Europe in midweek when they defeated Dynamo Zagreb 2-0 away.
They will feel confident of getting a result in this game, but they have a poor record against United.
Despite their fine form last season, the Red Devils beat them home and away and United has won all their last three heads to heads in all competitions.