Leicester on Saturday (today) at the Old Trafford and manager, Ole Solskjaer might be at the wheel – but he desperately needs to take off the handbrake.
Just as it happened before the international break, United struggled on their visit to the South Coast and returned north with a disappointing point after taking the lead against Southampton.
With Aaron Wan-Bissaka already on the treatment table, two bright sparks of an inconsistent start to the season have been fellow new-boys Harry Maguire and Dan James.
Maguire comes up against his former club here – and will be keen to put that humongous dome of his to good use.
We fancy him to haunt Brendan Rodgers with a goal here at Old Trafford. But we’re not predicting a walk in the park for the hosts.
One thing Solskjaer needs is a clean sheet, with his side failing to record one since their false-dawn against Chelsea on opening day.
Leicester are unbeaten so far in the league and are searching for a third-straight victory after seeing off Bournemouth and Sheffield United.
Since a goalless stalemate with Wolves, they’ve looked back to their counter-attacking best and Jamie Vardy looks a player reborn under the tutelage of Rodgers.
Their record at the Theatre of Dreams isn’t great though – so we’re recommending you play on the goals market and leave the result well alone.
And have a nibble on the Foxes finishing above United at the end of the season.
The 25/1 Ladbrokes special on Maguire to net here but Leicester to pip the Red Devils come May is well worth a quid or two.