Setting the scene: The Reds quickly got back to winning ways by beating Bournemouth in midweek at Old Trafford, thanks to Romelu Lukaku’s header. On the same night, West Brom boosted their confidence no end with a goalless draw at Liverpool with ex-Red Ben Foster keeping an impressive clean sheet. Both sides need the points, Jose Mourinho’s men to keep some pace with Manchester City, while the Baggies are bidding to stay away from the relegation zone.
How can I watch it? Sunday’s clash will kick off at 14:15 GMT and will be broadcast live on Sky Sports in the UK. Subscribers to MUTV on Sky or Virgin Media, the club’s MUTV app or online at MUTV.com will be able to watch unrivalled build-up from 12:15 GMT on Match Day and listen to radio commentary of the game before watching it in full at midnight. You can also keep up to date with all the action as it happens via ManUtd.com’s live rolling blog and on our official Twitter account @ManUtd.
What’s the team news? Eric Bailly is definitely out with a serious ankle problem which requires surgery, the boss confirmed in his pre-match press conference. Paul Pogba sits out the final match of his three-game suspension for the red card at Arsenal, while the boss explained why Henrikh Mkhitaryan has not featured of late. Luke Shaw made his first Premier League appearance of the season against Bournemouth, and impressed, but Marcos Rojo missed out with a minor head injury. Meanwhile, West Brom boss Alan Pardew says that experienced midfielder Gareth Barry is in contention to play but Nacer Chadli needs more training to gain match fitness.