United desperate to avoid third straight Premier League home defeat…
GK) David De Gea
The Spanish keeper is getting better and better, and will likely be starting between the sticks at Old Trafford for the next decade. He will have to be a commanding presence in his box though, as West Ham will no doubt be playing plenty of long balls.
The Brazilian fullback will continue on the right of a back four, now he is fit and approaching his best form again. He will have to keep Matt Jarvis quite, who scored a crucial goal for the Hammers against Spurs in the League Cup midweek.