After a rather difficult start to their season, things are shaping up well for Manchester United as they bagged an important win on their previous league match, by beating current league leader Arsenal. That positive result could very well pushed Man United's performance this Sunday, November 24 when they travel to face newly promoted side Cardiff City.
Although on paper, United have a much stronger side, it might be a difficult game for Moyes' men as Cardiff have had previous success in troubling top teams when playing at home. The Welsh based outfit will be looking for another shock result as it would help them in improving their current mid-table position. Despite their recent good form, Man United shouldn't let down their guard as their opponent are more than ready to steal all three points.
It was a rather disappointing result in the end for Manchester United as they only picked up a 2-2 draw on that encounter despite taking the lead through Wayne Rooney on 15 minutes. Frazier Campbell leveled the score on 33 minutes, but Man United finished off the first 45 minutes with a 2-1 lead with an effort from Patrice Evra. However, Cardiff leveled the score deep in stoppage time thanks to a late goal from Kim Bo-Kyung.