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English Premier League: Watch Bournemouth vs Man Utd live on November 2

November 1, 2019 By Emmanuel K. Budu-Annor
The Red Devils will be chasing a fourth-successive win in all competitions when they travel to the Vitality Stadium on Saturday.

What is the position of Bournemouth and Manchester United on the league table?

Bournemouth ranks ninth with 13 points from 10 matches. Manchester United is seventh with the same number of points but a superior goal difference.

What is the form of Bournemouth as compared to Manchester United's?

Bournemouth in the previous 10 matches: 3W 3D 4L

Manchester United in the previous 10 matches: 5W 3D 2L

What is the head to head record of Bournemouth vs Manchester United?

Bournemouth and Manchester United have met 16 times in the past. The latter has dominated the previous meetings, managing 11 wins in all. They have conceded defeat on just two occasions with the remaining two games ending in draws.

Since beating the Red Devils in their first meeting after returning to the Premiership in 2015, the Cherries have gone on a seven-game winless run against the Old Trafford outfit. All the last four encounters have ended in wins for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer side. They have scored nine goals in the period as compared to Eddie Howe men.

Team news: Who is injured or suspended for Bournemouth vs Manchester United?

Despite securing successive wins in the previous two games, Solskjaer will be faced with a selection dilemma with a number of his key players still absent as a result of injury. Nemanja Matic, Luke Shaw, Axel Tuanzebe and Paul Pogba are all sidelined as they are yet to recover from respective injuries. Relatively, Eric Bailly, Diogo Dalot and Timothy Fosu-Mensah are among the long-term absentees and are not expected to be involved in the weekend's action.

For Bournemouth, David Brooks, Charlie Daniels and Junior Stanislas will not feature in the match-day squad as they are yet ti recuperate from injuries. No player is suspended for the Cherries ahead of the clash with Manchester United and neither are the Red Devils themselves.

What are the managers saying ahead of Bournemouth vs Manchester United?

Eddie Howe, Bournemouth: "I think the home games here, we have tried to be very competitive against them.

"Last year was a really tight game. It swung their way in the last few seconds but we gave them a good match. "The game we won here in our first Primer League season, that was a historic moment for us. That gave us real confidence in a time when we needed it.

"We've had some tough games at Old Trafford, some difficult moments, but here [at home] we've been pretty good against them.

"We need a good start, we need the crowd absolutely with us and we really want this ground pumping tomorrow."

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Manchester United: 

"The confidence is getting better, getting players back from injury helps. In football it's not every far from failure to success or other way round.

"The international break came at a great time for us.

"We prepared for the Liverpool game and when you get a decent performance and result against the league leaders, it gives you a bit more energy.

"From then on the boys were happy with the work we did, the change of system helped and the coaches have done a great job.

"Every game is a new opportunity to show what you can do and that's part of being here.

"I didn't play every game. Every game I played was a chance to show the manager I should play the next one and hopefully these boys feel like that.

"Fine margins decide football games at this level, decisions by the ref or by a player at a certain moment, turn down a pass, turn down a finish, it is so much easier getting confidence or momentum by results.

"And at the moment the boys look like they're playing on instinct rather than having that split second to think."

Broadcast information for Bournemouth vs Manchester United

 

Match details, result and original broadcast info

AFC Bournemouth 1 - 0 Manchester United

November 2, 2019 8:30amVitality Stadium (Bournemouth, Dorset)

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