Can United maintain a 100 per cent record this weekend against Hull? All indications say yes, but The Tigers have been a surprise package so far this season.
After being roundly dismissed for failing to recruit any players this summer, having a threadbare squad and lacking a manager, Hull have won their first two games of the season.
Teams with something to prove can be very dangerous, but United have a much better team on paper and confidence is already visibly high within the team.
After an absence from the Premier League, Hull will be hoping to buck the recent trend when hosting United, to win for the first game in five. Last time around Hull ground out a 0-0 draw, after losing the previous three games and conceding seven goals.
The KickOff algorithm is predicting a United win (52% likelihood) and Under 2.5 goals to be scored (55% chance). United are also picked as the team to score first (53%), with the most likely scoreline a 1-0 win for United, and a 52% chance that both sides will score.