WATCH LIVE >> Bournemouth vs Manchester United Live Stream premier league 2019 Online Live Streaming, preview & TV channel Links Full HD

WATCH LIVE >> Bournemouth vs Manchester United Live Stream premier league 2019 Online Live Streaming, preview & TV channel Links Full HD

WATCH LIVE >> Bournemouth vs Manchester United Live Stream premier league 2019 Online Live Streaming, preview & TV channel Links Full HD

Manchester United will look to make it four away wins on the bounce when they travel south to face Bournemouth in the Premier League on Saturday.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men have enjoyed a desperately needed resurgence since the international break, while Bournemouth will be hoping to rediscover some goalscoring form in front of their own supporters.

The hardest thing for any recently-promoted side is to develop a base level of performance that can be exhibited every week, and this is exactly what Bournemouth have slowly but surely done since 2015.

Those teams who fall by the wayside – from Blackpool in 2011 to Fulham last season – can often pull excellent performances out of the bag but ultimately possess an acute air of unpredictability about them, which often leads to the snowballing of bad results.

Through a ruthless and consistent application of an adapted 4-4-2 system, drilled into a core group of players over several years, Howe can count on his team to give a certain level of performance that will, at the very least, take them to 40 points over 38 games.

This attribute becomes especially valuable when Bournemouth enter a fallow period in front of goal as they have done over the last few weeks.

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With the Premier League side failing to score in any of their last three games – the previous two being a pair of goalless draws.

Even if things are not working going forward, this does not translate to Bournemouth players rushing their natural game in an attempt to force the issue.

Which often leads to goals being conceded. This is the mark of a team that belongs in the top flight.

Indeed, while Bournemouth failed to pose much of a threat in recent matches against Norwich City and Watford, they will back themselves to stay in the game against United and take advantage of any dithering on the part of the visitors.

They will not, unlike Norwich on Sunday, give the Red Devils any easy openings, meaning that United will know that they must have perfect concentration if they are to avoid becoming the latest big team to be foiled by Bournemouth’s inexhaustible discipline.

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