Manchester United will look to get over their disappointment of UEFA Champions League elimination when neighbours Manchester City head to Old Trafford this Saturday.
The spotlight will firmly be on the home dugout when Manchester City arrive at Old Trafford this weekend, with under-fire Ole Gunnar Solskjaer under mounting pressure as Manchester United manager.
However, the Norwegian coach will be confident of getting a much-needed result over their city rivals. The Red Devils beat Man City home and away in the Premier League last season.
United currently sit one point and one place above Man City in the Premier League standings, but neither Solskjaer nor Pep Guardiola will have been satisfied with their sides’ league performances so far.
For all of their struggles on the continent, United are now starting to find their feet in the Premier League. A spirited second half comeback at West Ham saw the Red Devils win a fourth league game in a row.
City boss Guardiola will be relieved to see his side start to find consistency too. Manchester City are unbeaten in their last five games across all competitions, without conceding a goal.
Eric Garcia and Ilkay Gundogan are doubtful for the visitors this weekend, whilst Anthony Martial and Edinson Cavani could miss out for Man Utd.