As much as United struggled in the first-half at Brentford, their second-half performance spoke of the individual quality their team possesses while West Ham looked jaded in their recent loss to Leeds United.
Here’s everything you need to know about the game...
Date, kick-off time and venue
The Premier League game is schedule for a 3pm GMT kick-off today, Saturday January 22, 2022.
Old Trafford in Manchester will host it.
Where to watch Manchester United vs West Ham
TV channel: Due to the game taking place during 3pm blackout across English football, it will not be broadcast live in the UK.
Live blog: Get minute-by-minute updates through Standard Sport’s LIVE blog.
Manchester United vs West Ham team news
Prior to the win at Brentford, Ralf Rangnick confirmed Edinson Cavani had picked up a slight injury in training. Jadon Sancho, meanwhile, missed the game because of personal reasons and is likely to do so again.
The same goes for Victor Lindelof after a break-in at his home earlier this week. Cristiano Ronaldo is also a doubt after injuring his neck at Brentford.
For West Ham, David Moyes will make a late call on Tomas Soucek as the Czech midfielder returns from Covid-19.
“We’ve had Covid like all teams and we have injuries as well,” said Moyes.
“Tomas Soucek came back from Covid, we’re not quite sure yet if he’s ready so we need to try and assess that. Hopefully we’re not too bad and we’ll go there and try to do the best we can.”
Manchester United vs West Ham prediction
United are so hard to judge at the moment and, if they play like they did in the first-half against Brentford, West Ham will surely punish them.
Head to head (h2h) history and results
Manchester United wins: 70
West Ham wins: 46