Manchester United finally registered their first home win in the league on Saturday, though it was a laboured 1-0 win over winless West Brom.

They’ve since followed that up with a 4-1 thumping of Istanbul Basaksehir in the Champions League, in which their top two scorers, Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford, both found the net.

The Portuguese playmaker has nine goals in all competitions so far this season, while forward Rashford has eight.

Man Utd will be up against a Southampton side that went into the weekend sixth in the table, with their current unbeaten run of seven games contributing to their impressive start to the season.

Theo Walcott netted his first goal for the Saints since January 2006 last weekend, while forward Che Adams has three strikes and three assists so far this season.

What time is Southampton vs Man Utd?

Bruno Fernandes scores a goal
Bruno Fernandes scored a screamer for Man Utd on Tuesday night

Three Premier League games are being played on Sunday, and St Mary’s will be hosting the first.

Kick off will be at 2pm, followed by a London derby at 4.30pm when Chelsea host former manager Jose Mourinho and his Tottenham Hotspur side at Stamford Bridge.

The final match on Sunday sees Arsenal, still in the bottom half of the table, entertain Wolves.

Southampton vs Man Utd TV channel and live stream

Dan James celebrates scoring
Dan James hasn't scored a Premier League goal since last season's 1-1 draw at St Mary's in August 2019

Man Utd and Southampton fans will need to switch to Sky Sports on Sunday afternoon.

Coverage will begin on Sky Sports Premier League at 1pm, before Main Event joins at 2pm, straight after the Championship clash between Nottingham Forest and Swansea.

Fans who have the channels, either through Sky Sports subscriptions or NOW TV, can stream the game on the respective apps.

Southampton vs Man Utd odds

Che Adams celebrates scoring
Southampton's Che Adams is set to lead the line for the Saints

United weren't overly extended in beating Istanbul Basaksehir on Tuesday, but consider this ... the Old Trafford outfit have dropped Premier League points following their last NINE Champions League victories (D3, L6).

And after starting the Premier League season with two losses, Southampton have gone unbeaten in their last seven top-flight games (W5, D2). Only Tottenham are on a longer current run.

So 11/4 for a home win is astonishingly generous odds from thepools.com, with the draw 13/5 and United a far too skinny Evens.

The visitors have won three, drawn one and lost one of their last five league games - but Saints have scored first in seven of their nine league games, United have conceded first in five of their eight and gone on to recover nine points (W3, L2).

United have also come from behind to win nine head to heads between the two sides in the Premier League era.

So a small wager on Southampton to lead half-time and United to win at a huge 20/1 is recommended.

Odds courtesy of thepools.com and are subject to change.