Manchester United were involved in FA Cup duties during the week, and thanks to a goal from Scott McTominay, we have progressed to the Quarter finals of the competition.
However, the Red Devils are to return to Premier League action this weekend, with a game against struggling West Brom next up.
United are expected to win the clash, as it provides an opportunity for us to maintain second place on the league table, and keep up pace with Manchester City.
A loss however, could see us drop to third, but that is assuming Leicester City beat Liverpool in their top of the table clash.
Let’s not also forget that Chelsea are closing in fast, and the London side could be just three points behind us, if we lose.