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It’s pretty clear that Manchester United suffered another humbling defeat in midweek as their team of fresh-faced youngsters found themselves on the wrong end
They can take solace, however, in the fact that they still lead their Europa League group and that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer left out his entire first team squad
The 3-3 thriller in Sheffield is just the latest result in a rollercoaster of a season for Manchester United.
They sit in 9th position after picking up a meagre 17 points from their opening 13 matches
although two wins in their last four league outings suggests that they could finally be finding their feet.
Aston Villa are another side showing a remarkable inconsistency, They beat Newcastle last time out
but the newly promoted club have lost over half their league outings so far and find themselves just four points above the drop zone.
The Villains do have undoubted talent in their midst, as their 5-1 demolition of Norwich in October showed.
However, there’s a distinct feeling that this team hasn’t quite gelled yet, and that is hampering their chances of pushing up the table.
Aston Villa’s struggles are even more evident when they’re playing away from home. They have lost five of their six Premier League away days this term
and while Manchester United have been far from perfect at Old Trafford they have still won half of their league games there.
What’s more, Man Utd have won 12 of their last 13 home Premier League games against Villa, so backing a home win here looks a great shout.
We are expecting a tight scoreline though. The Red Devils have averaged 1.83 goals per game at Old Trafford this term but have shipped 0.83 per game at the other end.
Villa’s average of 1.5 goals per away game is skewed thanks to that demolition of Norwich
For the Reds, Manchester United, That being said, their Premier League showing last weekend wasn’t much better.
And also They were second best against Sheffield United for much of the game before an incredible seven minute spell saw them go from 2-0 down to 3-2 up.