After yet another international break, the final one of the Autumn, with the return of domestic we welcome Manchester's second biggest team. Both teams come in to the match following a poor set of results prior to the break, with pressure mounting on ex-Cardiff manager Ole Gunnar Solskaer; who unlike with his previous employment may just avoid the drop. However having not won the league since 2013 when Ferguson retired the locals (sic) are getting restless as they dream back to the glory days. As things were getting a bit stale of just making it to Europe (see Arsenal for details) the club have started to shake things up a bit by bringing back an old favourite to increase shirt sales in Singapore and maybe score a penalty or two. Unfortunately they found that Teddy Sherringham had retired so plumped for Ronaldo instead. Currently you never know what you are going to get with a Man United team, they will either play top form and sweep you away, fall over a lot and grind out a hollow one goal win, or play like headless chickens. We certainly would make the last one our priority so don't expect a classic. Previous visits For many year from the late 80s through to 2016, in the handful of times Man United visited the Vic, it was a happy hunting ground. Then enter Mazzarri who chain-smoked his way to victory, courtesy of goals from Capoue, the lesser-spotted-Zuniga and an obligatory Deeney penalty. Then two seasons ago, we had gone all season until the last match before Christmas without a home win, when De Gea transpired to Vaseline up his gloves for a laugh which massivelt backfired when Sarr scored followed by an obligatory Deeney penalty. Where will the goals come from? Since promotion in 2015 every visit of Manchester United had resulted in a home penalty put away by Deeney, who incidentally felt it wasn't fair so on one occasion scored an own-goal two minutes later to keep the big boys happy. Other than that, to answer the question, some shots on target may help. Suspended I'm sure Pogba and Kucka can amuse themselves in the Wenzels on Vicarage Road while the match goes on.