Manchester United will be looking to push their Champions League claims as they welcome Southampton to Old Trafford.

Manchester United have been bang in form since the season restart, and three points against the Saints will move them up to third.

Since the restart, United have reigned in Leicester City in the race for the top four, and will overtake both the Foxes AND Chelsea if they beat in-form Southampton tonight.

The Saints beat Manchester City at home in their last game, and will try and make it a Manchester double if they can pull off another impressive win.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has no new injuries to deal with, and he could name an unchanged team from the one that beat Aston Villa last time out.

That means Mason Greenwood is set to continue in attack for United, with Bruno Fernandes, Anthony Martial, Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford also in line to start.

For the Saints, manager Ralph Hasenhuttl will also be pleased with their recent run of form, but he is more likely to make changes.

Centre back Jannik Vestergaard should be fit to return to the defence, with Pierre Hojbjerg and Shane Long also pushing for a recall.

Danny Ings will continue in attack as he continues to fight with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Jamie Vardy in the race for the Golden Boot. The former Liverpool striker has 19 goals to his name so far, four behind Vardy.

A win for Southampton would move them above Everton into 11th and within touching distance of a top-half finish with three games remaining.

And that’s your latest Premier League update, check back in tomorrow for more, with the Sport Social.

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