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Manchester United vs Sunderland
English Premier League
Saturday 26th September 2015 - Kick Off 3pm

Louis Van Gaal has seen his side lose leads in defeats in 2010, as well as the first time in 2010 Manchester United conceded the primary goal of an game. That was an evaluation of the character inside squad, but Anthony Martial showed why Manchester United had paid all the money with the youngster with two goals, while David De Gea staying in the club might be the difference between top four and also a title challenge.

It was obviously a second half 'world class' save from David De Gea that helped Manchester United are derived from behind and beat Southampton 2-3 at St Mary's yesterday to erase the disappointment on the Champions League reduction in Eindhoven. The three points meant Manchester United took advantage from the slips a selection of their rivals made and moved them approximately 2nd inside League table and simply 2 points behind local rivals Manchester City.

The side have won their last number of Premier League games because the loss to Swansea City and Manchester United have scored triple against both Liverpool and Southampton. Manchester United have mislaid 1 of these last 11 League games at Old Trafford, although only 2 with their last 5 within the Premier League have ended using them taking away the 3 points.

There is something of an defensive crisis at Old Trafford with Luke Shaw a long-term absentee and so forth of Marcos Rojo, Phil Jones and Paddy McNair doubtful.

After barely helping Sunderland stop the drop last season, Dick Advocaat first chosen to move on as manager before changing his mind and retaking the project. That might be a move he regrets when they have struggled this holiday season and Sunderland's 1-4 loss to Manchester City inside the Capital One Cup over the week compounded the misery the fans ought to be suffering.

The Black Cats can't allow themselves to become cut off at the bottom from the Premier League along with to think another international break will probably lead to some serious talks from the boardroom. There are two games from the Premier League ahead before that break, but Sunderland are 20th inside table and possess just 2 points earned while going 0-1-2 out and about where they've scored 4 goals but conceded 8.

Sunderland choosing a lump sum 3 games uninterruptedly in all competitions since a 2-2 draw at Aston Villa and they've scored merely a single goal as run. A 2-0 defeat at Bournemouth the other day saw the experience over before it began as both goals came in the very first ten minutes, and Sunderland have mislaid 3 with their last 4 away games within the Premier League.

Adam Matthews may be the only absentee from the squad, but changes will likely be made to make an effort to make Sunderland more solid defensively.

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