Still sitting quite far from their targeted top four finish by the end of current season, Manchester United must really regained their positive form in the Premier League and their battle this Saturday, March 8 against West Bromwich Albion could be the best time in gaining that important push back into the top. Suffering from inconsistent results throughout this season, David Moyes will he hoping his players can finally overcome that issue with the season is reaching its final stages. The defending champion really can't afford another negative result as that chase for fourth place seat is getting harder each weeks.
West Brom themselves won't be keen on giving away easy points though for their opponent, especially since they are also in dire needs for positive result. Sitting only one step ahead of that bottom three seat, The Hawthorns, won't be keen on grabbing any other results aside from three points on that weekend tie as grabbing something aside from it could really jeopardize their survival mission.
It was a positive result for Man United as they bagged all three points from that away fixture with a convincing 3-0 victory as they got themselves in front on 34 minutes through Phil Jones' effort. After the break, Man United continue their surge forward and successfully adding two more goals from Wayne Rooney on 65 minutes along with Danny Welbeck's strike eight minutes from time.