Manchester United will host Brighton on Sunday evening in the Premier League looking to build on their 3-0 win over FK Partizan on Thursday in the Europa League.
United, who are currently on the bottom half of the table, will be buoyed by the fact that they are unbeaten in their last 41 home Premier League matches in November since losing 1-2 against Chelsea in 1996.
This is the longest unbeaten home run in a single month in League's history, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be eager to preserve it.
The Red Devils will hope to have Scott McTominay and Victor Lindelof back, following various injury struggles.
The Scott limped off during the midweek match against Partizan, while Lindelof missed the match due to a back injury.
They will, however, be without the services of the likes of Paul Pogba, Luke Shaw and Axel Tuenzebe, as they continue to recover.
Ole Gunnar though will be pleased to have a largely fit team to pick from, with key men Marcus Rashford, Antony Martial and Daniel James all fit.
At the back, Harry Maguire, Aaron-Wan Bissaka, Marcos Rojo, who impressed in Europa League, are also available.
Captain Ashley Young is suspended for the match, having picked up his fifth yellow of the season card against Bournemouth last week.
United are 14th on the log with 13 points, with their opponents two points ahead of them in eighth spot.