Manchester United were clearly rejuvenated b the change in coach and have now won back to back matches. They will have a great shot to make it three in a row on Sunday when they will host Bournemouth. Bournemouth have been in really bad form lately and are coming into this match after a massive loss against Tottenham.
Manchester United (9-5-5) played a really strong match at home against Huddersfield on Wednesday and blasted them by an easy 1-3. They were already leading by three goals when their opponents scored a late goal that didn’t change the fact that Manchester United are in stunning form right now. They have scored 8 goals since the change in coach and should be able to add to that total against Bournemouth. Manchester United are now sitting at the 6th spot of the league table with 32 points, six behind Arsenal. They have been great at home (5-1-3) where they are undefeated in their last six.
Bournemouth (8-9-2) met a devastating loss in the hands of Tottenham on Wednesday, as they fell by a really harsh 0-5 on the road. The match quickly took a turn for the worse and Bournemouth were already down by three goals by the 35th minute. That was their fourth loss in their last five matches, scoring just two goals in that span. Bournemouth have been sliding down the league table and are now sitting at the 12th spot with 26 points, six behind their upcoming opponents. They have been hit or miss on the road so far (3-6-0) and have scored just two goals in their last five.