Both teams come from disappointing results in their previous games, but United are still the favorites.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Ander Herrera and Paul Pogba will all be back in United’s starting lineup for tomorrow’s game against Everton.
Mourinho simply failed to produce the results in their absence and will understandably be happy to have his most important players back for the business end of the season. Ibrahimovic will try to add to his tally of 26 in all competitions and bring United back to their winning ways.
Manchester United have a miserable home win record of 40%. The last time they scored so low was in 1974 when the club was relegated to the second division.
Defense remains a problem for the home side as Phil Jones and Chris Smalling will both be out for longer periods while Juan Mata has also been ruled out for the rest of the season after undergoing surgery.
Ronald Koeman has injury problems of his own after Seamus Coleman sustained a double fracture during his international duty, while Bolasie, Funes Mori, Schneiderlin and Besic remain out for the trip to Old Trafford.
Matthew Pennington had a terrible defensive showing against Liverpool last time out and should be dropped to the bench despite scoring Everton’s only goal on the occasion.
The two sides played to a 1:1 draw in their first game this season at Goodison Park.