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Bournemouth currently sit 6th in the league just 2 points away from top 4 while Man Utd are just 8th but it really is a matter of time until they rise.
Man Utd have dominated Bournemouth in recent meetings and will hope to do so here again. Bournemouth have the 5 th highest scoring record in the Premier League with 19 goals in 10 games.
Callum Wilson has been the man in form with 5 goals and 4 assists this season for Bournemouth. Bournemouth are currently unbeaten in 5 league games having won 4 and drawn the other in that period.
Bournemouth have kept 3 consecutive clean sheets in the league after keeping just 1 in the first 7 games. Bournemouth have only faced one big 6 side this season where they lost away to Chelsea On average there are 3.
Anthony Martial is the man in form with 4 goals in his last 3 league apps. Bournemouth could be without their captain Simon Francis who picked up an injury in midweek cup action against Norwich and will have to be evaluated whether he can play.
Fellaini finds Ibrahimovic on the left, who skips contemptuously past a flying challenge and makes for the penalty area — but his cross towards Rooney with the outside of his boot is misplaced, and cleared away.
Adam Smith again drives Bournemouth forward, flicking in a dangerous cross from the right, but Francis presents the ball to Fellaini to end their spell of possession Max Gradel comes on for Bournemouth , replacing fellow Leeds alumnus Lewis Cook, who will have enjoyed the first half of his debut more than the second.
United have this game under wraps right now, that brief Bournemouth revival petering out. Blind and Bailly, both of whom have staked a claim for a regular centre-back berth today, exchange passes across the back line.
Here comes Henrikh Mkhitaryan, on for Juan Mata. The former United man, who has got no change out of the referee today, looks aggrieved.
An instant impact from Grabban, a no-look pass bisecting the United defence and teeing up Adam Smith, who rockets the ball first time into the top corner!
Two Bournemouth changes, ten minutes too late. Bournemouth have lost their shape entirely, with five red and black shirts chasing Martial in from the left.
He plays a simple ball to Ibrahimovic, who strikes a low, angled shot from some 25 yards. Ibrahimovic lines himself up, before Rooney jogs across to confirm he can take it.
Another example here, as United break away, Martial jinking in from the left and being brought down by Surman, again running back late from midfield.
A free kick in a very promising position United have enjoyed plenty of possession in the second half, and catch Bournemouth cold here.
Valencia barrels down the right, his cross is wildly mishit by Martial, but Rooney is unmarked, and nods the ball home! Ibe wriggles free on the edge of the area, and sees his shot deflected.
Plenty of noise from the home fans now, but the corner comes to nothing. United finding space in behind, with Ibrahimovic holding the ball up and rolling it right, into the path of Rooney.
Very hard to tell if there was a faint touch from Surman, but Rooney was always going down. Two losses would really put a negative spin on the campaign, but two wins can see the West Brom defeat put in the rearview mirror.
Earning a win at the Vitality Stadium is going to be far from easy as Bournemouth will come into this one with nothing to lose. That has allowed the players to perform with some freedom and they have been very good at home in recent weeks with a single loss in 9 games played here.
The determination has been clear to see with Bournemouth conceding the first goal in 6 of their last 7 games at the Vitality Stadium yet they have not lost a single one of those games.
It should be noted that only Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur have visited Bournemouth in their last 9 games who are a part of the big six.
The Gunners lost here, but Tottenham Hotspur came from a goal behind to beat Bournemouth and join Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool as winners from trips to this ground.
Despite the changes Manchester United will make, they can become the latest of the big six clubs to win at the Vitality Stadium as the players come out with some better desire than they showed on Sunday.
That defeat to West Brom should help in that regard and I do think Manchester United can earn a victory here even if it won't be an easy game.
Manchester United have been down in each of their last 2 away games which has to be a concern, but they have shown they can score goals on their travels too and I think they can win a high-scoring fixture.
If you fancy Manchester United to win, you can get them to win a fixture featuring at least two goals at odds against which has to be taken on. Backing at least three goals to be shared out overall is also a decent looking price, but I am expecting Manchester United to bounce back and will take the odds against quote I mentioned.
It was a frustrating afternoon for the fans as well as Jose Mourinho and most will be expecting a reaction ahead of the FA Cup Semi Final. There is still something for Mourinho to aim for in the Premier League too as he wishes for Manchester United to finish at least 2nd in the table.
They are still in that position with a point lead over Liverpool and they can extend that to 4 points by winning this game in hand.
The side have a away record in the Premier League so far this season. Manchester United had won 5 Premier League games in a row and their last 3 in all competitions prior to the stunning defeat to the bottom club on Sunday.
They are unbeaten in 4 away games in all competitions, but Manchester United have had to come from behind in their last 2 at Crystal Palace and Manchester City which both ended Prediction The Manchester United defeat to West Brom at Old Trafford has to be one of the most surprising results of the Premier League season and it is a fixture from which Jose Mourinho will demand his players move on very quickly.
This is a big week for Manchester United and will determine much of how the season is reviewed as they bid to solidify their 2nd place spot in the Premier League before facing Tottenham Hotspur in the FA Cup Semi Final on Saturday.
Two losses would really put a negative spin on the campaign, but two wins can see the West Brom defeat put in the rearview mirror.
Earning a win at the Vitality Stadium is going to be far from easy as Bournemouth will come into this one with nothing to lose.
That has allowed the players to perform with some freedom and they have been very good at home in recent weeks with a single loss in 9 games played here.
United nearly took the lead after the break when Young rattled the frame of the goal with a free-kick. But Rashford eventually found a way through — and victory will lift Mourinho at the start of a week during which his side have two more away trips — to Juventus in the Champions League on Wednesday, and Manchester City next Sunday.
Only a win by a four-goal margin would have allowed eighth-placed United to displace Bournemouth from their lofty position in the top six, but that did not look like happening as they were caught cold early on.
United goalkeeper David de Gea had already been called into action to block efforts by Ryan Fraser and Wilson before Cook opened up the defence and De Gea was given no chance by the in-form Wilson — who, like his manager, was nominated on Friday for a Premier League monthly awards.
It shows how far Bournemouth have come in their rise through the divisions that a one-goal defeat by Manchester United — in a league fixture whose very existence was unthinkable five years ago — must feel such like a kick in the teeth for their fans.
Indeed, based on the first quarter of the game, there was only one team here deserving an invitation to a European Super League, as United and others have reportedly been given — and it was not the visitors.
Despite having been sixth in the table after 10 games, it would be premature to suggest the Cherries are ready to pit their red and black striped shirts against those of AC Milan or other European opposition, but it would have been a different result if they had added a second goal during their period of first-half dominance.
Bournemouth — as ever, so much more than the sum of their parts under Eddie Howe — have the pace and skill in attack to threaten any Premier League team.
If they can maintain a top-half placing in the table by the time becomes , it will be a considerable achievement for the Dorset club.
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe: The first goal we conceded could probably have been avoided. Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho: Not the first time King has gone over cheaply.
A slow start to the second half, Mata trying and failing to link up with Ibrahimovic on a couple of occasions. No changes at half-time.
Eric Bailly heaves a clearance into the air, then deflects the rebound out for a corner — but is a touch fortunate to get a free kick for a shove in the back.
There will be two additional minutes. United are massed behind the ball, to ensure they hold this lead until half time.
King drifts into a central area, but is neatly dispossessed by Blind. Go go go team! After matching United throughout this first half, that will be a bitter pill for Bournemouth , and Simon Francis in particular, who undercooked a simple back pass, letting Mata in.
At the other end, Herrera is involved again, with a lofted through ball that flies beyond Fellaini at the far post.
Ibe is given too much time to get his head up, and picks out Daniel, who earns a free kick out on the left. Ibe curls the cross in, a clutch of players tumble over, and Ibrahimovic hoofs the ball away.
Another corner for United, which Rooney takes again, this time from the right. Fellaini — no stranger to a high elbow — angers Steve Cook by hauling him to the ground.
Rooney keeps David de Gea honest with a back-pass that has more than enough zip on it. Niall McVeigh Sun 14 Aug Key events Show 3. Bournemouth Manchester United 2.
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