Manchester United head to Vitality Stadium in search of a fourth successive away victory in all competitions this Saturday lunchtime.
The Red Devils were 3-1 winners at Norwich City in the Premier League last weekend, following it up by beating Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in the EFL Cup midweek.
Bournemouth have failed to score in their last three Premier League matches but have picked up back-to-back 0-0s heading into the weekend.
The two teams for this afternoon’s game are as follows:
Aaron Ramsdale; Adam Smith, Steve Cook, Nathan Ake, Diego Rico; Harry Wilson, Jefferson Lerma, Philip Billing, Ryan Fraser; Callum Wilson, Josh King
Substitutes: Artur Boruc, Simon Francis, Lloyd Kelly, Chris Mepham, Arnaut Groeneveld, Lewis Cook, Dominic Solanke
Eddie Howe hasn’t named any surprises in his starting lineup as Aaron Ramsdale continues to guard the sticks with Steve Cook and Nathan Ake in front of him.
Bournemouth have a powerful central midfield duo of Jefferson Lerma and Philip Billing, with goal threats down the wings in Ryan Fraser and Harry Wilson.
The hosts go with Callum Wilson and Josh King up front as per usual.
David de Gea; Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Victor Lindelof, Harry Maguire, Ashley Young; Scott McTominay, Fred; Daniel James, Andreas Pereira, Anthony Martial; Marcus Rashford
Substitutes: Sergio Romero, Marcos Rojo, Brandon Williams, James Garner, Juan Mata, Jesse Lingard, Mason Greenwood
Ashley Young is back in the starting lineup at left-back despite Brandon Williams’ impressive showings in recent weeks.
Fred partners Scott McTominay in front of the back four, whilst Andreas Pereira starts in the number 10 role once again.
Anthony Martial or Marcus Rashford will play down the left wing with the other up front. Expect the duo to switch places during the game too.