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Although Erik ten Hag does not take the Old Trafford reins until the start of next season, his arrival cannot come soon enough and with Manchester United seemingly going through the motions, the Dutchman will have a huge task on his hands.
While for interim boss Ralf Rangnick, his next task is the visit of Brentford on Monday and with the Bees well clear of the relegation zone with weeks to spare, a top-ten finish is now very much the target.
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The thing about Manchester United, is that they have been incredibly hard to predict this season and whether it was Ole Gunnar Solskjaer or Ralf Rangnick at the helm, coupon busters have never been all that far away.
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Regardless of how Manchester United performed against Chelsea on Thursday night, it is fair to say that the Red Devils have been rather uninspiring as of late and with defensive woes being clear for all to see, any hopes of Champions League football have been extinguished.
Then again, it is unfair to simply blame the defence for United’s issues as of late and although Cristiano Ronaldo is known to score the odd three goal haul from time to time, purple patches are nowhere near as valuable as consistency.
Which means the Old Trafford outfit have got issues at both ends of the pitch and in the middle of it as well and with the current squad looking unable to take on instructions from Ralf Rangnick, it all just seems a bit aimless in the red half of Manchester.
Of course, a top-seven finish is not a given either and if United’s downturn in form continues, both West Ham and Wolves will be in a position to usurp them and deny them any form of European football next season.
Which is why they must still dig deep between now and the end of the season and if things have been tense in the past few weeks, they will be even more so if Brentford earn at least a point for their troubles.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the visit of Brentford, it is not good news for Harry Maguire and with the England international picking up an injury before the midweek clash with Chelsea, he is now set to be out for the rest of the season.
10 points from the last 12 on offer, that is the tale of the Brentford tape right now and with such a haul being collected, the Bees have secured a second successive season in the Premier League.
Something that looked in jeopardy at the turn of the year and with the West London outfit slowly sliding down the table, it needed the arrival of one player to help turn the sinking ship around.
That man was none other than Christian Eriksen and with the Danish international making an incredible comeback to both club and country football, his talents have been instrumental towards Brentford’s revival.
Then again, it would be unfair to simply label Eriksen as the only player to steer Brentford away from choppy waters and with his presence lifting the whole squad up a level, it is this level which has given the Bees much more sting of late.
While even after only getting a draw at home to Tottenham last weekend, there will have been an element of disappointment and were it not for a late Hugo Lloris save, Thomas Frank’s men would have made it four successive league wins.
When it comes to the history of Manchester United and Brentford, it is the Red Devils who have come out on top more often than not. With that being said, the two sides have only met once in the Premier League, as the Bees suffered a 3-1 loss on home soil in January.
Old Trafford opened in 1910 and holds up to 74,879 supporters
When it comes to constructions within the confines of the Premier League, they do not get any bigger than Old Trafford and with plans to expand the Theatre of Dreams even further, the capacity could soon swell beyond 80,000.
With that said, the capacity may be wasted on competitions such as the Europa League or Europa Conference League and with the way they are playing right now, Thursday night European football is soon to be on the agenda.
When it comes to the Premier League outright odds for a top-six finish, Manchester United are still being backed by punters and with them still looking likely to achieve such a feat, a small return on investment could still be found between now and the end of the season.