The Manchester Derby takes place at Old Trafford, with United and City locking horns once again, having met four times last season. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side come into the match under pressure, after the Champions League exit, following the defeat to RB Leipzig in midweek. City are on the other hand in good spirits, having already sealed their path to the knock-out stages and are unbeaten in four games, along with four successive clean sheets too.
United won three of the four meetings last season, but on current form, City look the favourites here. United’s defence struggled against, conceding three times in Germany and with Guardiola’s side starting to find more regular form and with the side rotated for their European math on Wednesday, the blue half of Manchester should hold an advantage here.