Bournemouth vs Manchester United
Premier League 2018/19
Venue: Dean Court
Kick off: 12:30 pm BST
Manchester United are looking to secure back-to-back wins in the Premier League for just the second time this season against free-scoring Bournemouth.
Jose Mourinho's side have a much improved performance in their win against Everton – even if there's a familiar ending after Gylfi Sigurdsson's late penalty.
That's just lifted United Liverpool.
A win on Saturday wants Eddie Howe's side, who has outscored every team out of the top four this season.
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64 mins: I can not believe it! How has that not gone in ?!
Sensational free kick from Ashley Young rattles off the bar and drops to Marcus Rashford, six yards out and he lashes it goalwards.
It's an incredible block from Ake but Rashford must score. Even so, the ball strikes Pogba and rolls to the net, only for Brooks to get back and boot clear.
2018-11-03T13: 43: 08.630Z
54 mins: Luck boy, Asmir Begovic.
Genius from Mata over the top and Begovic is in no man's land but Martial does not get enough of a touch on it.
Nothing lucky about the next one. Luke Shaw is down on goal and the Bournemouth keeper makes himself big and stands up to block.
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Josh King has been nursing ankle problem that ruled him out of Saturday's victory over Fulham and Tuesday's EFL Cup clash with Norwich City. The striker is likely to be later on in the week.
Marouane Fellaini meanwhile is expected to be in contraception once again after missing games against Chelsea, Juventus and Everton through injury.
Antonio Valencia has thus been aiding and abdicating on the starting XI with Jose Mourinho explaining "a complicated surgery on his mouth" has prevented him from playing.
The captain has not been featured since the goalless draw with Valencia on 2 October.
Head to head
This will be the 15th meeting between these Two Sides of United Nine.
The Cherries have just two wins to their name; one back in 1984 and the other in 2015 during Louis van Gaal's reign in charge at Old Trafford.