There is a new feeling in the ranks of the Manchester United family since appointing former club legend Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as caretaker manager.

The Red Devils have had back-to-back wins against Cardiff City 5-1 and Huddersfield Town 3-1.

The team is playing exciting football and their fans are looking forward to every game under this new albeit temporary regime.

For Sunday’s game against Bournemouth, nothing short of victory is expected as United will look to cut the gap between them and Arsenal who are in fifth place to just three points.

Solskjaer's greatest gift to the Old Trafford faithful has been allowing midfield magician Paul Pogba to roam the attacking third and wreak havoc there.

He has not burdened the French World Cup-winner with defensive duties and let him free into delivering crosses and vital passes. The result has been terrific, as Pogba showed us over the last couple of games.

Marcus Rashford and Nemanja Matic, too, have improved considerably under Solskjaer, with the latter even bagging a goal against Huddersfield.

All the good developments at United poses a threat to Eddie Howe's men who know they have an uphill task in this trip to Manchester.

They Cherries were decimated 5-0 by Spurs in their last game and they would have to put a strong fight not to be disgraced again.

Bournemouth's defence, led by Nathan Ake, has looked fragile lately, will they be able to stop the ramping Manchester United attack, we wait to see!!!