As if Manchester United needed any more motivation, there is the added incentive of a place in the history books with the Red Devils chasing a club record with a win against Newcastle United today.
Although they have lost both of their home league matches this season United did manage to win away at Brighton last month as a dramatic late penalty from Bruno Fernandes secured three points in contentious circumstances.
The league triumph at the AMEX Stadium marked United's fifth consecutive top-flight away win in which they scored more than one goal, something they have never done six times in a row.
If they manage to win at St James' Park while scoring at least two goals this weekend they will break their own impressive top-flight record and achieve something no United side has ever done before.
However, it might be easier said than done with Newcastle having won two of their last three Premier League home games against United, more than they had in their previous 13 against them.