MANCHESTER UNITED’S thoroughly miserable season continues on Saturday with a visit from bottom dogs Norwich City, who gave themselves a glimmer of hope last week.
United remain somehow in the hunt for European spots despite another disgraceful performance last week in their defeat at Everton which was overshadowed by Cristiano Ronaldo’s meltdown.
The Old Trafford side have now won once in their last seven games and pundits are queuing up to put the boot in and no wonder after a season from hell. They’ve also failed to win three of their last four away games.
Norwich remain seven points off safety having played a game more and it still looks like curtains for them. They’ve also only won two away games out of 15 in the Premier League this season.
But their 2-0 win over fellow relegation strugglers Burnley last week handed them a glimmer of hope, although they have four away games and only three at home in the run-in.
However, they couldn’t handpick a better time to be going to Old Trafford and face a United side whose wheels have long since come off and can’t wait for their campaign to end.