Manchester United manager Olé Gunnar Solskjaer, has finalled steadied the ship at Manchester United, since taking over on a permanent basis last year.
The Norwegian has led United to a 16 match unbeaten run, and seems to have breathed new life into the team since the restart.
United have only drawn a game (1-1 against Tottenham) in all four games we have played so far, winning three, and picking up 10 points from a possible 12.
Olé looks the real deal, and could set a new Premier League record if we get a win against Aston Villa.
We have won our last three matches in the league by at least three goals (3-0 each, against Sheffield United and Brighton and 5-2 against Bournemouth), and if we win by the same margin or more when we face Villa, we would have set a new record for the most consecutive wins in the Premier League by three goals or more.
It does look good for us at the moment, and we have a feeling this will happen tonight, considering we have everything to play for.
Meanwhile, United will definitely be boosted by the knowledge that we haven’t tasted defeat at Villa Park in 20 visits (W13, D7).