West Ham endured a tricky start to their season, but have bounced back well after losing their first four games of the campaign.
The Irons won 3-1 away at Everton before grinding out a 0-0 draw with Chelsea, as Manuel Pellegrini’s side finally got off the tarmac.
The challenge of Manchester United in the Saturday lunchtime kickoff comes at a good time for the East Londoners, as they look to follow up on positive results.
Here’s how we think the Hammers will line up at the weekend:
GK: Lukasz Fabianski
In my view, still one of the most savvy signings of the summer.
RB: Pablo Zabaleta
The veteran Argentine could be deployed to face off against Marcus Rashford.
CB: Issa Diop
The youngster continues his debut season in English football, of what Hammers fans hope will be a long and distinguished career in the capital.
CB: Fabian Balbuena
The much more experienced centre-half, Balbuena is a strong partner for Diop.
LB: Arthur Masuaku
Aaron Cresswell played 90 minutes against Macclesfield in the League Cup, meaning Masuaku is likely to face Alexis Sanchez on Saturday.
MF: Declan Rice
The versatile Irish international has excelled in midfield this season, providing a brilliant defensive presence further up the field.
MF: Pedro Obiang
Despite nearly leaving the club in the summer, Obiang has shown how important he can be to West Ham in recent weeks.
MF: Mark Noble
He is, in many ways, Mr West Ham.
RW: Felipe Anderson
The Brazilian marquee summer signing is still assimilating to English football, but could be devastating once
ST: Marko Arnautovic
Your prayers have been answered, West Ham fans – he is expected to play.
LW: Andriy Yarmolenko
The Ukrainian missed a golden opportunity against Chelsea, but could keep his spot in the absence of Michail Antonio.