Man Utd v West Ham live stream schedule, betting odds as Manchester look for improvement

Latest Man Utd v West Ham live stream, betting odds and match preview as Manchester Utd look to get back to winning ways this afternoon (KO 15:00).

Louis van Gaal’s Manchester United desperately need a result at home to West Ham when the pair meet in a few hours.

United managed to throw away a two goal lead at Leicester City last Sunday, meaning the Reds still have just one win this season.

Ander Herrera made it 3-1 in the second half to put United in a seemingly brilliant position; however Leicester fought back in style.

A David Nugent penalty and an Esteban Cambiasso volley made it 3-3, before Jamie Vardy and Leonardo Ulloa earned Leicester the victory of the season.

West Ham themselves won at Upton Park for the first time this season, beating Liverpool 3-1 in their best display of the campaign.

man-utd-v-west-ham-live-streamWinston Reid scored after just two minutes and with 10 not yet on the clock; Diafra Sakho made it 2-0 to the Hammers.

Raheem Sterling pulled one back, however Morgan Amalfitano’s first goal for his new club sealed an impressive win for Sam Allardyce’s men.

Manchester United are unbeaten in their last 11 league matches against West Ham and they did the double in last season’s fixtures.

Wayne Rooney scored twice at Upton Park, after United won 3-1 in front of their supporters in November.

Team news
Manchester United have a crisis in the heart of their defence, with Tyler Blackett, Jonny Evans, Phil Jones and Chris Smalling all out.

Paddy McNair looks set to edge out fellow youngster Tom Thorpe for a place in the heart of Manchester United’s defence.

Luke Shaw will make his league debut, with United set to keep faith with the 4-3-1-2 formation.

Sam Allardyce will be without midfielder Cheick Kouyate for a number of weeks after the midfielder picked up a groin problem in the win over Liverpool.

Diego Poyet will make his first league start for West Ham, with Kouyate and Kevin Nolan both out.

Stewart Downing will continue behind the forwards, who will be Enner Valencia and Sakho, with all three impressing to date this term.

Manchester United (4-3-1-2): De Gea; Rafael, McNair, Rojo, Shaw; Herrera, Blind, Di Maria; Rooney; van Persie, Falcao
West Ham (4-3-1-2): Adrian; Demel, Reid, Tomkins, Cresswell; Noble, Song, Poyet; Downing; Valencia, Sakho


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