After a pick up in recent results, both Manchester United and West Bromwich Albion will head into this game in high spirits, sitting sixth and seventh in the Premier League table respectively.
United are now seven games unbeaten, and have won their last two following a victory at Selhurst Park in midweek, while West Brom have won four of their last six, including three on the spin at home.
Here are some key stats ahead of this intriguing match up.
3 – West Brom favourites?
A few seasons ago, Manchester United achieved an amazing feat of 18 games without defeat against West Bromwich Albion. It is therefore surprising that recent history suggests that the Baggies may well be favourites this weekend.
The midlands side have won three of the last six games between the two sides, drawing one and losing two.
However, only one of those three wins has been at the Hawthorns, the 1-0 win from March. Can the Baggies continue their good form against Jose Mourinho’s United this weekend?