Sunday on the USA Network at 11 a.m. in will be Manchester United hosting Fulham and there should plenty of action to keep you near the TV. At this point of the season it is really hard to say that this is a must win game for both sides but it indeed is just that for both clubs.
Manchester United captain Nemanja Vidic will be back from suspension and is available for Sunday’s home game against Fulham.
Defender Jonny Evans is out, Phil Jones can play the center back position but last wee against Stoke suffered concussion. He has been cleared to play, that said he will be a game time decision come Sunday.
Fulham manager René Meulensteen has some high hopes that the club-record signing of Kostas Mitroglou will pay off on the pitch against Manchester United.
The Greece international has been ineligible for Fulham’s last two games but Meulensteen will give him every chance to prove his fitness and make his debut at Old Trafford.
Fellow new recruit Johnny Heitinga is likely to be in the line up, while Lewis Holtby will return after being a big part of their win in the FA Cup of Sheffield United.
The odds makers have Manchester United winning this game by a 2 nil margin.