Charlie Nicholas, a former Arsenal star, predicted that Manchester United could not beat Bournemouth in his Premier League clash on Saturday.
United heads to the game again for its impressive 2-1 victory over Chelsea FC in the fourth round of the League Cup at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night. Ole Gunner Solskjaer’s men have won their last three games in all competitions.
The Red Devils have only won three of their first 10 games in the Premier League this season and will be eager to continue their recent rebirth with a victory at Bournemouth.
However, Nicholas believes that Bournemouth is likely to be too strong for United.
Nicholas told Sky Sports: “Bournemouth has always been strong and plausible at home and they have players like Callum Wilson and Josh King who are always very few.
“There is a beautiful question mark on the front and back of Manchester United. They have a little more power with Anthony Martial in front.
“It was a great result for United in Norwich. Bournemouth can annoy teams so you never know with them. Norwich are not Bournemouth, they are much more consistent at home.
“It’s a dangerous game again and I don’t see Man United win this.”
“The coach and the players cannot explain Man Utd. Bournemouth will play an attack-minded game and play good football. Sit back and enjoy this one. “