Manchester United vs AFC Bournemouth always promises to be an entertaining clash when both sides lock horns in the Premier League each year. There have been a number of intriguing clashes that have seen some great football being played on the pitch, adding to the spectacle that these two clubs can provide fans with.
Steeped in a winning history, as well as having an iconic stadium such as Old Trafford to play their home games in, the Red Devils are one of the biggest clubs in football as they are recognised on a global stage.
Indeed, it would seem home advantage plays well to Manchester United’s chances of taking all three points as they have a rather solid record when they come up against the Cherries in front of their own crowd.
There have only been a few meetings between the duo in history, largely because of Bournemouth recent rise to the Premier League, however, the Red Devils certainly appear to have the experience on their side.
Results as large as 4-1 have happened at Old Trafford in favour of the hosts, whereas there have also been other results as big as 3-0 and 3-1 at times.
With a star-studded club like Manchester United, it is no surprise that there have been a number of top-quality players to have featured in previous showdowns, with the likes of Bruno Fernandes, Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial have all featured, whilst the Cherries also have their own international stars such as Callum Wilson, Nathan Ake and Joshua King all taking to the stage for them.
Manchester United have an exceptionally strong record when they play against AFC Bournemouth at Old Trafford, with some rather large score lines having been scored in the past. With that in mind, there is always the possibility that goals can be expected in mass, therefore making it a game certainly worth trying to attend.
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