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Manchester United looks to get off the mat after a stunning home loss to West Bromwich Albion at the weekend when it visits Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium on Wednesday (Watch live at 2:45 p.m. ET on NBCSN and online via NBCSports.com).
Manchester United rebounded from its previous five losses by a combine score of 10-2.
This is United’s match-in-hand on chasers Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur. The Red Devils’ 71 points betters Liverpool by one and Spurs by three.
Bournemouth would like to finish top half, and enters the day three points back of 10th place Newcastle United despite playing one more match.
What they’re saying
Bournemouth’s Simon Francis on the club mindset: “We are in our third season in the Premier League and don’t go into games being too naïve any more. I think you can be a victim of that in your first season because you don’t know what to expect at times.”
Manchester United’s David De Gea on rebounding from WBA loss: “It was a tough one to take. It was a real blow and we’re all a bit down. It was such an unexpected defeat. But the good thing is we have got a game coming right up on the back of this defeat. It’s a real chance to lift ourselves and get back to winning ways.”
A Red Devils rebound, though a second-tier team just gets over the line in a 2-1 win.