Michael Owen has said he expects nothing, but a win from Manchester United, when we take on West Ham at Old Trafford on Wednesday.
The Red Devils were beaten 3-1 by Chelsea on Sunday, to send us packing from the FA Cup and ultimately end our 19 match unbeaten run, but the former United striker believes the lads have what it takes to bounce back from the humiliating loss, given what’s at stake.
Owen said of the match: “Man United will be desperate to secure another three points and that would leave all to play for in their final game of the season in a mouth-watering clash against the Foxes.
“Barring some remarkable results in the last two matchdays of the 2019/20 Premier League season, West Ham will once again be playing their football in the top flight of English football next season.
“However, given the form of Manchester United at present I think the difference in class will tell and I expect Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s Red Devils to win comfortably”
Man United will indeed, be desperate for that win, knowing we need it, if we’re to beat Leicester to the final Champions League spot.
We’re currently level on points with the Foxes, with a game in hand, after playing in the FA Cup last weekend.