The team's news, statistics and expectations before the Manchester United match against Southampton in the Premier League on Monday (starts at 8 pm).

Team news
Manchester United coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hinted that he will appoint a team unchanged for the fifth consecutive Premier League game when he visits Southampton Old Trafford.

How to proceed
Manchester United will live against Southampton directly in the Sky Sports Premier League and the main event in Sky Sports from 7:30 pm. Start at 8 pm. Sky Sports customers can view in-game clips on the Live Games Blog on the Sky Sports website and app. Spotlight footage will also be posted on Sky Sports digital platforms and Sky Sports Football channel on YouTube shortly after the final whistle.

Charlie expected
Man United dominated the first twenty minutes at Villa Park, then turned into a park picnic. Anthony Martial looked at him in parts, but he seems desperate to score goals, as Marcus Rashford did. It was a beautiful blow from Mason Greenwood to his right foot.

Southampton is uncomfortable, flexible, personable and organized, but it is his defense that looks so much better. Man Utd, the sheer size of the club and the momentum they had, is developing much faster than I thought.

Bruno Fernandez and Paul Pogba are the heroes, but the punishment changed the game and may be dominant after that, but the punishment was largely debatable. A giant like Man Utd has to get the first four, and it looks like they'll get it. At the moment, they don't care about the first two, they just need to keep winning games and make their first four games special. I hope United wins and takes first place.
Charlie's Predictions: 3-1 

Choose statistics
 Manchester United have won just two of their last six Premier League home matches against Southampton (D2 L2), after winning 13 of their first 14 games against Old Trafford (D1).

 Southampton came from behind to level 1-1 in the reverse game, only in 2013-14 they managed to avoid defeat in both Premier League matches with Manchester United (D2).

 Southampton lost more matches (26) and received more goals (82) against Manchester United than any other team in the history of the Premier League.

 Manchester United lost just one of their last 15 league games at home (W9 D5), and won their last four consecutive games with a total score of 13-2. Before that, they lost three out of five in Old Trafford (W1 D1).

 Manchester United has not been defeated in the last 17 games in all competitions (W13 D4): they achieved the longest run in March 2013 with Sir Alex Ferguson (18 games).

 Southampton won only one of the last 23 away Premier League games against 'Big Six' (D5 17) teams, and won 2-0 against Chelsea in December 2019.

 Either Marcus Rashford or Anthony Martial scored 11 of the 17 Premier League matches in the Premier League this season, as the Red Devils won 10 games and tied in one of these games. In his six games in which no one scored, Man United scored W0 D4 L2.

 Bruno Fernandez has directly participated in 28 goals in 27 games in the Premier League and English this season (15 goals and 13 assists). His score of 13 goals in 10 Premier League matches is the most common player in his first 10 games in the history of the competition alongside Mick Queen.

 Danny Ings of Southampton opened scoring in nine separate Premier League matches this season, more than any other player (9). Achievements (19) could become the second Southampton player to score over 20 goals in 38 Premier League games after James Beatty in 2002-03 (23).

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