Man Utd have certainly blown hot and cold all season long but David Moyes will hope to continue the defending champions current good form into 2014 with a win in Norwich on Saturday.
The Red Devils are slowly pulling themselves back into the title race and the defending champions are just eight points off the lead despite being 7th in the standings at the halfway stage.
the trip to Carrow Road, Moyes may be keen to alter the look of his attacking line-up as Robin van Persie is back from a hamstring injury whilst Ashley Young could come in for the suspended Antonio Valencia.
There is also good news for United fans in the back four as both Rafael and Phil Jones have recovered from knocks sustained in the 3-2 win against Hull and are likely to start against Norwich.
With their home form disappointing some fans, their away form has been stellar with the defending champions having scored 20 goals away from Old Trafford this season – a stat which is only matched by league leaders Arsenal.
Norwich have had a steady first half of the season but no wins in their last 3 games has meant that The Canaries are stuck in 14th place in the table with only a three point cushion over the relegations spots.
Having shown a few promising signs since moving to England, Norwich will see their attacking force boosted with the return of striker Ricky Van Wolfswinkel who returned to the Premier League in the 2-1 loss to Fulham.
However, Chris Hughton will be forced into making one change at the back as Ben Turner is suspended after picking up five yellow cards meaning that Elliott Bennett is likely to deputise in his absence.
Norwich’s home form has been extremely varied this season but this has led to a rather strange statistic in the home form table with every aspect level with one another in terms of results (won, drawn, and lost 3 games a piece) and in overall goals (scored and conceded 10 goals equating to goal difference of 0).
It means that it could be a complete lottery as to which Norwich side turns up on Saturday afternoon whilst Manchester United will look to get a win as they continue their late push to get in the title picture.