Southampton vs Manchester United: Opposition Threats

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Manager of Manchester United and Ralph Hasenhuttl, Manager of Southampton (Photo by Peter Powell/Pool via Getty Images)

Southampton welcome the visit of a under-performing Manchester United on Sunday, in the hope of stretching their unbeaten Premier League run to eight games.

The Red Devils enter this game sitting 10th in the Premier League, and four points behind Ralph Hasenhuttl’s men – winning only half of their games in the opening eight games.

Though in the same breath, the northern club have only lost one of their last five games which was to another so-called ‘top-six’ club in Arsenal – a Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang penalty the difference.

Despite that, United have shown in their two last victories against West Brom and Everton that they have the individual quality to beat teams despite not playing well – players that the Saints should be wary of to be mentioned.

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