Manchester United put in an unimpressive but tactical display at Anfield last week - still having equalled the side's best ever start to a Premier League season - and the Red Devils will be searching to balance the scales with three points on the road this week. As they get set to visit Huddersfield Town on Saturday, their fans will be very eager to see an improved showing from the Red Devils.
"In the Premier League teams will just go ping, ping, ping around them, like Tottenham did the other week".
Manchester United were quick to concede two goals following the introduction of Victor Lindelof.
Despite United's recent dip in performances, and the fact that Huddersfield will be much fresher than Mourinho's men, it should be a comfortable win for the visitors.
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Mourinho is aiming to become the first manager to lead Manchester United to Premier League glory since Sir Alex Ferguson's final campaign in charge in the 2012-13 campaign.
PHIL JONES has been forced off the field against Huddersfield after entering the fixture with a slight injury concern.
Jones beat the turf in frustration before making an early exit at the John Smith's stadium. Collin Quaner, Kasey Palmer and Michael Hefele are still out.