Manchester United host Fulham on Saturday aiming to end a run of four games without a win in the Premier League.
United have not won in the Premier League since their late victory over Bournemouth at the beginning of November.
They have drawn three in a row since being defeated by Manchester City and are now eight points adrift of the Champions League qualification places.
Fulham remain bottom of the table despite picking up four points from a possible nine since Claudio Ranieri took over as manager.
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United boss Jose Mourinho still has a lengthy injury list to contend with ahead of the game, particularly in defence.
Luke Shaw and Phil Jones are doubtful for the match, while Victor Lindelof and Antonio Valencia definitely miss out.
Chris Smalling and Eric Bailly shook off injury issues to start against Arsenal on Wednesday and Mourinho will hope they have suffered no adverse effects.
Anthony Martial is expected to recover in time to face Fulham after limping out of the 2-2 draw with the Gunners, but Alexis Sanchez is out until the New Year with a torn hamstring.
Ranieri also has a few selection headaches to contend with. Tim Fosu-Mensah, who is on loan at Fulham from United, is ineligible to face his parent club.
Floyd Ayite remains sidelined with a groin strain, while Kevin McDonald is a major doubt with a hamstring injury.
While United are struggling to find a winning formula, Fulham could be the perfect opponents at this moment in time.
The Red Devils have lost just two of their last 24 meetings in all competitions and if they show the same commitment as they produced against Arsenal, they should prove too strong for the visitors.
With the title now nothing but a distant memory, United must focus their energies on bridging the gap to the top four.
An eight-point gap at this stage of the season is not insurmountable, but United need to start putting some wins on the board soon.
Their trip to Liverpool a week on Sunday will certainly not be easy, but games over the festive period against Cardiff City (A), Huddersfield Town (H), Bournemouth (H) and Newcastle United (A) offer United a golden opportunity to get themselves on a roll.
If they can halve the gap to the top four over the coming weeks it could give the club a great base to work from for the second half of the season.