Leicester City’s unexpected 3-1 home destruction to Leeds United on Sunday implies that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side will enter Tuesday’s match in second situation in the table in spite of dropping more points at Arsenal on Saturday.

Machester United would have been hoping to react to their stun 2-1 home destruction to Sheffield United last Wednesday when they made a trip to the Emirates Stadium, yet Edinson Cavani botched two major opportunities as the points were partaken in a goalless draw, with the outcome leaving the Red Devils second, three points off pioneers Manchester City, who have a game close by on their unpleasant opponents.

Solskjaer’s group have not persuaded in the enormous matches this season, however a sum of 41 points from 21 matches is a fantastic return, and the 20-time English bosses are especially in the title contention at this stage, which looked some way off when they were battling towards the back finish of 2020.

United have conceded 27 times in the group this season, however, which is one of the less fortunate records in the division, while they just have the eleventh best home record in the 2020-21 Premier League crusade, getting only 14 points from 10 matches.

The Red Devils currently face two extreme home league games against Southampton and Everton one after another prior to taking on West Ham United in the FA Cup, while the Europa League will continue in February, with the club confronting a troublesome two-legged tie against skilled Spanish side Real Sociedad.

Southampton, in the interim, will participate in Tuesday’s challenge off the rear of a 1-0 home defeat to Aston Villa on Saturday, with Ross Barkley scoring the lone goal presently before the span.

The Saints have not really won in the league since conquering Liverpool toward the beginning of January, losing every one of their last three to Leicester, Arsenal and Villa, with the frustrating run seeing them drop into eleventh situation in the table in front of a troublesome excursion to Old Trafford.

Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side endured a 3-2 misfortune to United when the two groups bolted horns at St Mary’s toward the finish of November, and Southampton have not really beaten the Red Devils in the class since January 2016, however they got a point on their last visit to Old Trafford in July 2020.

The Saints have just won 3 times from home in the league this seasonĀ  however have endured only two defeats and will be hoping to exploit United’s new issues, especially at home, where they have just lost 4 times in the Premier League in 2020-21.


This is an extremely, intense game for United, who are currently confronting a battle to stay at the top finish of the table. Southampton’s new structure has been frustrating, however the Saints are fit for beating any side in the group at their best. We are expecting a tight and cheeky game at Old Trafford however extravagant Solskjaer’s side to gather every one of the three points kindness of a limited success. Hence , bet on Manchester United to win.