Fresh after defeating one Premier League relegation candidate from the south coast in Brighton on Tuesday, Manchester United will welcome another to Old Trafford today, in Bournemouth.
United will be hoping to stretch their unbeaten run to 16 games against the Cherries, who were battered 4-1 by Newcastle last time out, but more importantly take a step closer to Champions League qualification.
Rivals Leicester City and Chelsea both suffered defeats in mid-week, against Everton and West Ham respectively, which has handed United a huge opportunity to gain ground and stake their own claim for a top four finish.
However, United did slip to a poor 1-0 defeat the last time they faced Bournemouth. Here's how the pundits think the game will go this time around...
Michael Owen, Bet Victor
"United are in great form and have looked a completely different side since the signing of Bruno Fernandes. He seems to have single-handedly taken the whole team up to a different level and they now look as though they could be in the shake-up at the top of the table next season.
"Bournemouth on the other hand look totally devoid of confidence and endured a 4-1 thrashing at the hands of Newcastle United in mid-week. I predicted a difficult season for Bournemouth way back in August and I’ve seen nothing to change my mind that they will be one of the teams to be relegated.
"United brushed aside Brighton 4-0 last time out and despite Bournemouth winning the reverse fixture 1-0 back in November I see this being another chastening experience for the Cherries."
Prediction: United win by at least two goals
Mark Lawrenson, BBC
"United are scoring for fun and tearing teams apart - they are probably the last side that Bournemouth want to play at the moment.
"I really fear for the Cherries. We are used to them being open at the back but their attacking players usually cause real problems for opposition teams and I don't know what has happened to them all.
"At the moment it looks like they are going down - it just feels like there is a pall of relegation hanging over the club and their performances at the moment are nowhere near good enough to change that."
Prediction: United 4-0 Bournemouth
Charlie Nicholas, Sky Sports
"This is a comfortable home win. Bournemouth are gifting chances to the teams around them. Eddie Howe does not have a Plan B, but they do not really suit any other way of playing. I think it is going to be plain-sailing for Manchester United, and another bad day for Bournemouth's goal-difference.
"The key ingredient is Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes finding passes, whether they play into feet or in behind. It gives you variety and options. Mason Greenwood adds another dimension. It is breathtaking seeing the options they are now getting.
"They are still not as solid at the back, though. Has David De Gea improved? No. The full-backs aren't great defenders, and you can also get space in behind Nemanja Matic and Pogba. You can get at them but it's working for United at the moment, and Pogba has an attitude that says he wants to be back in the team. He is ticking over nicely.
"United have the momentum, and that momentum will make them believe they can make the top four. It is looking like they will at the moment, even though they are still a way short of Manchester City and Liverpool.
"I applaud what Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has done and they look to be in a good position. Let's see if they can finish it off. Have they got great choices on the bench? Not as much as they did have, but their fixtures have been good and I expect their form to continue here."
Prediction: United 3-0 Bournemouth