Despite our poor performance at Wembley on Sunday, a good number of football pundits believe we will turn it around when we meet West Ham tomorrow.
The latest man to share this exact sentiment is the BBC’s Mark Lawrenson, who recently gave his prediction on the outcome of the match.
He said: “Man United are at home, against a West Ham side who know they are not getting relegated because of their goal difference.
“I just think they will be completely focused on victory because we know what is at stake. I know they didn’t play well at Wembley on Sunday but he left one or two out for that game, and he will pick his strongest line-up here.”
Lawrenson also called for De Gea to be dropped from the team because he’s been making incessant errors in goal.
He added: “I don’t think that should include David De Gea, though. I feel sorry for him because he has been an absolutely top-class keeper for several years but he is making too many mistakes and he needs to be taken out of the fray.”
United is expected to put absolutely everything into tomorrow’s clash, knowing that a win puts us in driving seat for Champions League qualification.