West Ham United and Manchester United are separated by just goal difference going into their fixture on Sunday.
West Ham are unbeaten since the opening day of the campaign having earned a point at Villa Park.
Aston Villa struggled to break West Ham down, despite playing against 10 men for most of the second half.
Manchester United recorded two narrow home successes in the last week.
Marcus Rashford’s penalty was enough to beat Leicester City, before Mason Greenwood scored his first United goal in the Europa Cup victory over Astana.
Premier League form: West Ham United W2 D2 L1; Manchester United W2 D2 L1
Premier League top scorers
West Ham United – Sebastian Haller 3 goals
Manchester United – Marcus Rashford 3 goals
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West Ham United eased to a 3-1 victory in the meeting last year, with Felipe Anderson opening the scoring.
Two Paul Pogba penalties helped United to a narrow success in the reverse fixture.
Last five Premier League meetings
Manchester United 2 West Ham United 1 – 13/04/19
West Ham United 3 Manchester United 1 – 29/09/19
West Ham United 0 Manchester United 0 – 10/05/18
Manchester United 4 West Ham United 0 – 13/08/17
West Ham United 0 Manchester United 2 – 02/01/17
Artur Masuaku is suspended here, meaning either Aaron Cresswell or Pablo Zabaleta will deputise.
Mark Noble’s good form has kept out new signing Pablo Fornals and Jack Wilshere in recent weeks.
Paul Pogba, Luke Shaw and Anthony Martial remain out for Manchester United.
Daniel James missed the Europa League victory and is a doubt here.
Expected starting XI’s
West Ham United (4-3-3): Fabianski; Fredericks, Diop, Ogbonna, Cresswell; Noble, Rice, Lanzini; Yarmolenko, Haller, Anderson
Manchester United (4-3-3): De Gea; Wan Bissaka, Maguire, Lindelof, Young; Pereira, Matic, McTominay; James, Greenwood, Rashford
Result: West Ham United (11/5 with Betfair)
Correct Score: 2-1 (11/1 with Bet 365)
Anytime Goalscorer: Felipe Anderson (7/2 with Betfair)
Odds correct at time of article (23:45, 20/09), they are subject to change