" Southampton vs Manchester United preview, kick-off, team news, and prediction

 Manchester United are hoping to win their third consecutive Premier League game when they face Southampton at St Mary's on Sunday.


The Red Devils have captured the momentum in recent games, with Istanbul Basaxer conceding a 1-1 victory.


As they advance to the national league, Manchester United is also a short distance from their place in the knockout stages of the Champions League.


In form, Southampton stood out in their Premier League. They have been unbeaten in the top-flight since September 20. Ralph Hussein Hattal's army has been praised for his entertaining and fast-paced football as well as his well-organized structure.


However, they must stop Manchester United from recording their eighth consecutive victory in the Premier League.


The fact that the house Southampton is in good shape makes for an intriguing battle. If Southampton wins, it will be the first time since 2011 that they have won four consecutive home games.




Southampton vs Manchester United head trout

The two English clubs have played a total of 127 games against each other since 187.


Manchester United have beaten the Saints 65 times, in their struggles over the years under their authority. They have lost 228 times, with the rest including the last two Premier League meetings between them.


Southampton Farm Guide: D-W-W-W-D


Manchester United Farm Guide: W-W-W-L-L


Southampton vs Manchester United team news


Southampton

Danny Eggs remains Southampton's biggest mistake after a successful knee surgery. Even the saints will not have the Wigger amulet, Nathan Redmond. James Ward-Provez and Ryan Bertrand will have to be involved as they returned from injury in the previous race against the Wolves.


Injuries: Danny Eggs, Nathan Redmond


Suspicious: None


Suspensions: None


United Manchester

Manchester United's right-back Aaron Van-Bissaca was feared to be injured but reports indicated he could return after being sidelined against Istanbul Baxter.


Paul Pogba and Scott McTomin did not train on Friday and did not appear on Sunday.


Victor Lindelof is another doubt for the weekend, although he managed to complete the training sessions of Freelair Bailey and Phil Jones they continued their journey. Ole Gunnar Solskjयरr has a dilemma over whether to choose Edinson Cavani to lead the line in the midst of the fall of Anthony Marshall.


Injuries: Eric Bailey, Phil Jones


Suspects: Victor Lindelof, Paul Pogba, Scott McTomin


Suspensions: None


Southampton vs. Manchester United Probable XI

Southampton Forecast XI (-4--4-2): Alex McCarthy; John Bednarek, Kyle Walker-Peters, Jennick Westergaard, Ryan Bertrand; James Ward-Pruse, Stuart Armstrong strong, Moussa Genepo, Oriel Romeu; Che Adams, Theo Walcott


Manchester United predicted XI (-2-2--3-1): David DG; Aaron Van-Bisaka, Axel Tunzebe, Harry Maguire, Alex Telis; Donnie van de Beek, Nemanja Matic; Juan Mata, Bruno Fernandes, Marcus Rashford; Edinson Cavani


Southampton vs Manchester United prediction

Southampton's recent injury meant players like Theo Walcott would have to find their scoring touch if they wanted to upset tourists.


Manchester United are starting to play with more freedom, and Fernandes' form will have to bring them back into line.


Prediction: Southampton 1-2 Manchester United

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