Manchester United face a crucial run of games in November that could make-or-break their season on two fronts.
United head into the month eighth in the Premier League standings, nine points off top spot after just 10 matches.
Challenging for the Premier League title is already looking a tall order and getting in the mix for a place in the top four could also be difficult given the form of the rest of the ‘Big Six’.
Jose Mourinho’s side start November with a trip to face Bournemouth and fans who watch Manchester United live stream services will be eager to see the team produce a solid performance.
Goals by Chris Smalling and Romelu Lukaku gave United a 2-0 victory on their last visit to the Vitality Stadium back in April, but Bournemouth look a much-improved side this season.
They have lost just two of their opening 10 matches in the Premier League ahead of the United game and will fancy their chances of upsetting the visitors on Saturday.
The Red Devils switch their attention to the Champions League on Wednesday, November 7, when they travel to face Juventus in their latest Group H match.
United were beaten 1-0 by the Serie A champions at Old Trafford last week and they will be eager to take something from the game, particularly with Valencia hosting Young Boys on the same evening.
Attention switches back to the Premier League the following Sunday as United visit reigning champions Manchester City.
United recovered from a two-goal deficit to win 3-2 on their last trip to the Etihad Stadium back in April and a similar result would be a major boost to their top four hopes.
A home game with Crystal Palace on Saturday, November 24, follows the international break and offers United an excellent chance of picking up three points.
Palace have won just one of their last 25 meetings with United in all competitions and the home side will be banker material to extend that run in this one.
The Champions League clash against Young Boys is next on the agenda the following Tuesday and is a game United simply must win if they are to qualify for the last 16.
They recorded a 3-0 victory when the two sides met in Switzerland during September and a repeat of that result would keep United firmly in the mix for a place in the knockout stage.