Manchester United welcome relegation-threatened Norwich City to Old Trafford on Saturday looking to kick-start their faltering season.
The Red Devils have an excellent record at home against the Canaries, having won the last three matches between the two sides in Manchester 4-0.
United haven't won in their last five games in all competitions and last tasted victory in the Premier League against Watford a full month before the match this weekend.
The title hopefuls also suffered the indignity of being relegated to the Europa League recently after only managing to finish third in their Champions League group and are in desperate need of a result with the pressure on their manager intensifying by the day.
On paper, Norwich do not look like they will put up much of a fight having claimed only three wins in their 16 Premier League games this season on top of their dreadful historic record at the ground.
However, with the added pressure United must be feeling at this stage, coupled with the fact that teams generally lift their game when playing against the Red Devils, it would be foolish to write them off too soon.
Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney is expected to make his return up front for the home side, which will be a big lift to the whole team, while Ander Herrera is also available after recovering from a hamstring injury, but Bastian Schweinsteiger is suspended.
Matt Jarvis is back in training for Norwich, but he is unlikely to be risked against United, while Andre Wisdom's absence with a hamstring strain leaves a significant hole in their defence.