please log in to view this image Wednesday 4th December 7.30pm Premier League Old Trafford 3 games and 3 wins for Mourinho, but this is his first big test, as he returns to one of his former clubs. Solskjaer's under a bit of pressure following their recent form, so it's a massive game for everyone involved. Amazon have chosen this as their first game to stream on Prime and they'll be very happy with that choice. It'll be a media frenzy if anyone loses, so we may see a slightly cagier game than usual. Can Mourinho continue his winning start or will his old team come back to haunt him? Man Utd had a very mixed start to their last campaign which saw our current manager sacked. Lying in 6th place after 17 games, losing 3-1 to Liverpool at Anfield was the final straw. One win in six and defeats to both of their biggest rivals was too much to take and they pulled the trigger. Ex-Utd player Ole Gunnar Solskjaer replaced him the following day in a caretaker role. He excelled for the next few months, as the went 12 league games without defeat, winning 10 of them. Defeat in March to Wolves in the FA Cup and Arsenal in the league didn't dampen the plaudits. The caretaker was given the job fulltime on a three-year contract to much acclaim. This is where things seemed to go badly wrong, as they finished the season in awful form. Wins over Watford and West Ham were the exception in the remaining eight league games. Four losses and two draws, as well as Champions League exit to Barcelona ended the campaign on a low. This season hasn't started well for them either, as they've won four, drawn six and lost four. Their cup form has been better, as they've progressed in the Europa and beaten Chelsea in the League Cup. The next few games could decide the manager's future though, as it's a similar time to Mourinho's end. Wins over us, City and Everton would be a big plus. Losses might see Solskjaer replaced. Our trip to Old Trafford was one of the more memorable performances of the last campaign. A poor first half saw us playing on the back foot and creating little, apart from a blatant penalty that wasn't given. The game changed completely after the break though, as we quickly punished the home side twice. Kane headed home from a corner and Moura made it 2-0 on the break shortly after that. The Brazilian added a third at the death to seal it, as Utd rarely looked like getting back into it: The reverse fixture at Wembley was probably more one-sided, but we somehow managed to lose it. Rashford gave the visitors the lead on the break in the first half after some sloppy finishing from both sides. As the game wore on we began to create more and more, but were even more wasteful. Chance after chance was spurned, as simple finishes were missed and De Gea made some excellent saves. He ended up as the MOTM and Utd took the points, as it finished 1-0: No official injury news yet, but Lloris, Vorm, Lamela and Davies will miss out, again. Bailly, Fosu-Mensah, Dalot, Rojo, Pogba and Matic are out for Utd, while McTominay faces a late test. Neither side has any suspensions. Lineups for each side's last league game: Spurs: Gazzaniga; Aurier, Sanchez, Alderweireld, Vertonghen; Ndombele, Dier; Sissoko, Alli, Son; Kane. Subs: Whiteman, Walker-Peters, Rose, Winks, Lo Celso, Eriksen, Moura. League form: DLDDWW. Man Utd: De Gea; Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Williams; Pereira, Fred; James, Mata, Rashford; Martial. Subs: Grant, Young, Tuanzebe, Shaw, Garner, Lingard, Greenwood. League form: DWLWDD. Ref: Paul Tierney. VAR: Michael Oliver. TV: Amazon Prime. It's their debut. How would you like to line up for this one and what would you change from the Bournemouth game? Would you stick with the same lineup, make a couple of changes or go for a wholesale switch? Which system and tactics would you use and what are you expecting Man Utd to go with?