After a superb victory against Feyenoord in the Europa League, Manchester United will look to replicate the same level of performance in the Premier League against West Ham. Henrikh Mkhitaryan who made his second start in his Old Trafford career on Thursday is expected to start against West Ham after his superb performance against the Dutch club.
David De Gea will be back after Sergio Romero was handed a surprise start on Thursday and although the Argentine made two outstanding saves, the Spaniard will take his place back as United’s number 1 goalkeeper.
Jose Mourinho has come out and criticised Anthony Martial that the Frenchman has not been able to adapt to the change in manager and playing style. With heavy competition on the wings, Martial might now have to sit on the bench for the foreseeable future unless the squad is hit by injuries. Another winger who is struggling to make an impression is Memphis Depay, who looks set to leave United in the January transfer window either on loan or on a permanent transfer.