Manchester City's 4-3 defeat from Liverpool last weekend seems to trigger hope from Manchester United players, notably Juan Mata who remain confident that his side are still in for a shot at this season's Premier League title.
Manchester United's chance in acquiring Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal this January got bigger with Manchester City's unwillingness to pay the fee Gunners requested.
However, that doesn't mean that Man United have everything under wraps as just yet, since there's apparently an important situation that needs solving first, which is Henrikh Mkhitaryan's future at Old Trafford.
Manchester United got their FA Cup journey this season off to a positive start as they eliminated lower division side, Derby County at Old Trafford.
Keen on doing well in the competition, Jose Mourinho's men put on a strong display as they push forward vigorously straight from kick off.
Manchester United finally rediscovering their winning touch as they defeated Everton 2-0 on New Year's day.
Drawing their last three league matches, Jose Mourinho's men were eager to grab all three points as they don't want to lose more ground with runaway leader, Manchester City.
Chelsea moving their way into the second place seat in current English Premier League standing following a big 5-0 win this weekend over Stoke City at Stamford Bridge.
Staging the team's last league tie in 2017, Antonio Conte's men were very determined in putting on a special show for their fans at home as they set up an aggressive attacking play straight from kick off.
Manchester United's title challenge continue to drift further away as this weekend they were held into a 2-2 draw by Leicester City.
It was an eventful encounter in which both teams were determined in looking for all three points as they put on an aggressive attacking display straight from kick off.
Manchester United failed to defend their Carabao Cup/League Cup title following Jose Mourinho's men shock defeat from lower division side, Bristol City on Wednesday.
Making some changes on his line up, Man United actually still put on a relative strong squad with the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Paul Pogba, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial on shown.
After seemingly getting themselves back running well in the league, Arsenal picked up minor set backs as they haven't won in their last three games in the Premier League following their 0-0 draw against West Ham this midweek.