Manchester United have not been in great form at their own Old Trafford this season. The Red Devils have not won any of their last six games at their home stadium, losing three and drawing one this season. On Sunday West Bromwich Albion will be visiting the stadium in Manchester as the club looks to return to the top half of the Premier League table.
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says United’s poor form at home is because of an empty stadium. “We’ve had four home games in the league. The first one we didn’t have any preparation and Palace deserved it. Then Anthony Martial did not deserve to be sent off against Tottenham but, after he was, they deserved the win.”
“Then both the Chelsea and Arsenal games were very tight and if we had our fans might they might have sparked that little extra X Factor we needed. It’s a different sensation playing in front of the Stretford End without fans, they usually score a goal for us. It’s something we want to correct and hopefully we’ll get our first win against West Brom.”