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Upcoming Information:English Premier League 03.11.2018
Competition: AFC Bournemouth vs Manchester United live

When/Date: 03.11.2018
Time: 8:30 am
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AFC Bournemouth AND Manchester United LAST MATCHES

Last Teams Results

30.10.18 AFC Bournemouth – Norwich City – 2:1
27.10.18 Fulham FC – AFC Bournemouth0:3
20.10.18 AFC Bournemouth – Southampton FC – 0:0
06.10.18 Watford FC – AFC Bournemouth0:4
01.10.18 AFC Bournemouth – Crystal Palace – 2:1
28.10.18 Manchester United – Everton – 2:1
23.10.18 Manchester United – Juventus – 0:1
20.10.18 Chelsea – Manchester United2:2
06.10.18 Manchester United – Newcastle United – 3:2
02.10.18 Manchester United – CF Valencia – 0:0

What is it?
It is the first game of the Premier League weekend as in-form Bournemouth host the unpredictable Manchester United.

When is it?
The game is the early kick-off on Saturday – take your pick from lunchtime and dinnertime.

What time is kick-off?
The match gets under way at 12.30pm.

What TV channel is it on?
Unusually for this slot, the game is on BT Sport1 and BT Sport 4KUHD. Live coverage begins at 12 noon, before BTSport Score and their coverage of Arsenal vs Liverpool later in the day.

If you are unable to watch proceedings, bookmark this page and return on Saturday to follow every kick with JJ Bull on the liveblog.

What is the team news?
Bournemouth defender Simon Francis was substituted due to a groin injury in the second-half of their Carabao Cup victory over Norwich City, but Eddie Howe is still waiting to discover the extent of the injury.

Tyrone Mings was absent in mid-week due to a concussion sustained in training and is not expected to feature against United.

Striker Josh King has been nursing a foot injury this week and is currently rated at 50 percent to make it.

For United, Antonio Valencia remains doubtful. The right-back has not played since the 0-0 Champions Legue draw after undergoing what Jose Mourinho described as a ‘complicated surgery’ on his mouth.

Alexis Sanchez and Jesse Lingard have also been short of fitness in recent weeks, while Mourinho must decide whether or not to restore Romelu Lukaku to the starting XI.

What is our prediction?
United’s attacking performance against Everton was their most fluent of the season, with Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial connecting down their left to fine effect. The absence of Lukaku and positional rotation means Martial is free to move into the centre-forward spot, while there was no Sanchez standing on Pogba’s toes.

Mourinho has picked some very offensive teams in the last few games, the spectre of the sack almost liberating him to live and let live. That means United are not any closer to fixing their defensive problems, despite Victor Lindelof’s improvements, and Everton worked their way into dangerous positions with ease.

Bournemouth are scoring for fun, and should have enough goal threat to make United pay for their sub-par defensive options.

Verdict: Bournemouth 2 Man Utd 2

English Premier League Standings


1Manchester City1082027:326
8Manchester Utd1052317:1717
13West Ham102269:158
14Crystal Palace102267:138


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