Manchester United’s impressive run in the Premier League may be set to continue as they travel to West Ham on Sunday.

United remain unbeaten in the division and sit top of the table on goals scored ahead of their visit to east London.

However, they face a resurgent Hammers side who also remain unbeaten after two wins and two draws.

A shock loss to Young Boys in midweek will have rocked Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men – albeit that was with a weakened side.

And with that in mind, Express Sport takes a look at the side that could face the Hammers to get back to winning ways.

There is only one answer for the goalkeeping position – David de Gea.

Truth be told, De Gea did well to keep the score at just 2-1 against Young Boys on Tuesday with a string of fine saves.

And with Dean Henderson still out and Tom Heaton yet to make his debut, it is anticipated that De Gea will start.

Defence: Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Raphael Varane, Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw

The Red Devils clearly missed Varane’s experience in midweek as they succumbed to a loss in Bern.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s red card went a long way to helping Young Boys to a win – but as he is only suspended in European competition the right-back should start at the London Stadium.

And the rest of the back four should revert to what it was when United dismantled Newcastle last weekend.

Midfield: Scott McTominay, Paul Pogba, Bruno Fernandes

The midfield duo of Donny Van de Beek and Fred clearly did not work in Switzerland – something Ole Gunnar Solskjaer must rectify.

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Van de Beek’s days look numbered at United, whilst Fred continues to receive pelters from the support.

Thus, a strong midfield of Scott McTominay, Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes must start.

Attack: Jadon Sancho, Cristiano Ronaldo, Mason Greenwood.

Both Ronaldo and Greenwood have had brilliant starts to the season, with the pair scoring a combined six goals in six games for United.

Sancho hasn’t had the start he envisaged, but teething problems are normal for a player aged just 21.

And with Marcus Rashford still injured, there is a possibility for all three to impress on Sunday afternoon.