What can one expect when Manchester United take on Southampton at Old Trafford? Goals. There have been a number of goals between the two sides when they meet in Manchester, which makes this a fixture that needs to be witnessed from the stands to get the full experience.
With a historic legacy in football and an iconic stadium in Old Trafford, the Red Devils are certainly an attractive side to be watched.
Manchester United vs Southampton is a fixture that one would generally feel the Red Devils would win as they continue their quest for domestic honours, as well as continuing their pursuit of trying to achieve a place in the following campaign’s Champions League competition.
The hosts have a solid record when it comes down to hosting the Saints at Old Trafford, with a number of victories having been recorded over the last few years. Such score lines that have occurred have included 3-2, 3-0 and 2-1 over a previous couple of campaigns, although there have been the odd slip-up.
The Red Devils have seen the visitors bag a couple of 1-0 results against them in front of their own supporters, which has upset the apple cart and also potentially damaged their season at certain points as well.
As with any Manchester United game, there have been a number of top-class talent to have taken to the field and played in previous meetings between the two sides, with the likes of Marcus Rashford, Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes having all excelled, although the Saints’ James Ward-Prowse, Danny Ings and Nathan Redmond have all had a say in results at some point as well.
Historically, Manchester United vs Southampton generally appears to favour one certain team over another, with the hosts having a rather solid record when the two teams come to blow at Old Trafford. Goals can be expected from both teams, though, which makes it a match well-worth grabbing tickets for.
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