United needing to add some consistency
After their dramatic win against Wolves, Erik ten Hag will be keen to see his side put back-to-back wins together so that they can start making a move on European qualification.
All too often this season they have dropped points at Old Trafford and need to start making it a difficult place to come for visitors once again.
West Ham have not had a good record travelling to Manchester and the Red Devils will be looking to ensure that record continues.
Welcome to Man Utd vs West Ham
After their last-gasp winner at Molineux during the week, Man Utd welcome West Ham to Old Trafford as they look to put pressure on the sides above them.
Lisandro Martinez made his first Premier League start during the week since September but was receiving treatment in the dugout at the end of the game so concerns have been raised about his availability for today.
Ten Hag played this down as precautionary but will definitely be without Anthony Martial, Mason Mount and Tyrell Malacia today although the latter two are back in training and should be back soon.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka is unlikely to make the squad but Victor Lindelof and Sofyan Amrabat have a good chance of making the squad, the latter is back after Morocco’s elimination from AFCON.
As for west Ham, David Moyes has confirmed that Michail Antonio is yet to return to training and remains unavailable.
Lucas Paqueta is still making his way back from injury, but Vladimir Coufal is back from suspension and available for today’s game.
Nayef Aguerd is available after his side were eliminated from AFCON and loan signing Kalvin Phillips is expected to keep his place in the team, despite his error against Bournemouth.