Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has returned the shimmer at Manchester United, and they have managed two straight wins with the former United striker in the dugout. United have seen off Cardiff City and Huddersfield Town in the matches the Norwegian has been in charge and the momentum is still there, clearly. It is thus not a very good time for Bournemouth to be facing United. The Red Devils have scored eight goals in their last two matches but one problem the new manager seems to have inherited is the defensive concern with the team having conceded in both matches he has been in charge, just like they had conceded in the earlier five, but they have also scored in each of the last seven, netting two or more in five of the seven. Bournemouth on the other hand, have failed to score in four of their last five matches and they have lost six of their last eight away matches in the Premier League and have conceded at least twice in each of the last four away league matches. It will definitely be tough touring Old Trafford, where Manchester United have scored 10 goals in the last four matches and have lost just one of their nine league matches this term. Manchester United have gone unbeaten against Bournemouth in the last six meetings, winning five. The two sides have met seven times in history and Bournemouth have managed just one win.