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Get the biggest daily stories by email Subscribe We will use your email address only for the purpose of sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Bournemouth head into today's home game against Manchester United with more wins, fewer defeats, more goals scored and fewer conceded than their visitors, as Eddie Howe's fairytale continues to push the limits of believabality.
A victory for the Cherries and not only will they move a scarcely credible six points clear of United, they could even squeak into the Champions League places, something which is looking an ever-taller order for Jose Mourinho.
United won at the Vitality Stadium at the tail end of last season without working-up much of a sweat, but the storm clouds collecting around the manager have darkened considerably since April.
Nothing less than a win on the south coast will help disperse them. United and Bournemouth kick-off the weekend's Premier League fixtures, getting under way at Where is the game being played?
Bournemouth's Vitality Stadium is the venue, a ground where United haver had mixed fortunes since the Cherries came into the Premier League in , losing to the newly promoted side in December of that year but winning two from two since. Bournemouth are a different proposition at home this season, however.
No team has beaten them here since United in April.
The game will be shown on BT Sport 1 with coverage beginning at 12pm, and highlights will be available after the match. The Mirror Football live blog will also be following the action. Can you live stream the game? The game can be streamed via the BT Sport website, if you are a customer.
Team news Bournemouth top-scorer Josh King is missing with an ankle injury, the same one that kept him out of Tuesday night's Carabao Cup win against Norwich.
Captain Simon Francis limped out of that game and will likely not be fit in time to face United.
Jesse Lingard returned to the United team from the bench against Everton on Wednesday after injury, Jose Mourinho must decide whether to bring him in from the start at the Vitality. Romelu Lukaku started the the Everton win on the bench but is fit to return on Saturday.