Bournemouth v Manchester United

Manchester United are looking to get back to winning ways when they face struggling Bournemouth at Dean Court on Saturday.

The Cherries were the latest team to take advantage of Chelsea's ongoing implosion after they left Stamford Bridge with all three points last weekend, but that was just their third win of the campaign and ended a run of eight consecutive games without picking up maximum points.

Manchester United are still quietly keeping up with the pace at the top of the league standings, and currently sit fourth, level on points with Manchester City and just three adrift of leaders Leicester City.

The Red Devils have only tasted league defeat twice this season and not in their last seven matches, but have now gone without a win in their last four encounters in all competitions.

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe has a number of injury absentees but expects to have Josh King (concussion), Marc Pugh (calf) and Sylvain Distin (illness) available.

However, the match will come too soon for Adam Federici (ankle), Lee Tomlin (groin), Christian Atsu (calf), Callum Wilson (anterior cruciate ligament), Max Gradel (anterior cruciate ligament) and Tyrone Mings (knee).

United manager  Louis van Gaal will be without Matteo Darmian (hamstring), Chris Smalling (groin), Marcos Rojo (dislocated shoulder), Wayne Rooney (ankle), Ander Herrera (hamstring), Phil Jones (ankle) and Antonio Valencia (ankle).

Morgan Schneiderlin (thigh) is a slight doubt, while Bastian Schweinsteiger is suspended.