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DATE Sunday, 15th April 2018 TIME 16:00 VENUE: Old Trafford Overall Record: P131 W56 D32 L43 F233 A196 League Record: P123 W54 D29 L40 F223 A182 P'ship Record : P23 W15 D5 L3 F 49 A19 Last win United: 17/12/2017 West Brom 1 Man United 2 Last home win: 07/11/2015 Man United 2 West Brom 0 Last win West Brom: 06/03/2018 West Brom 1 Man United 0 Last away win: 02/05/2015 Man United 0 West Brom 1 Last draw: 01/04/2017 Man United 0 West Brom 0 Record United goalscorer: Denis Law, Dennis Viollet & George Best (11) Highest current goalscorer: Jesse Lingard (2) Record United appearances: Bobby Charlton (28) Highest current appearances: Michael Carrick & David de Gea (12) Last hat-trick United: 22/02/1986 Jesper Olsen This will be the 60th time United have played West Brom in OT. Lukaku's last hat-trick at OT was in Fergie's final game, which ended 5-5. We've scored five OGs for them and benefitted from three.
Looking at the team against which a team clinched a league title, it's easy to say that if the winning team clinches the title by winning the point(s) necessary, they won against team x. If the team didn't play (like Oldham/Villa 1993) or lose (Blackburn/Liverpool 1995), should the other result be used as the clinching game? In 1993, United played Palace before the Oldham/Villa game. The points they won in that game were ultimately the ones that Villa couldn't reach. Was it the Oldham/Villa game that counts or the United/Palace game? In 1995, the games were on at the same time. Rovers lost to Liverpool, but United fucked up against West Ham and only drew the game. Should the points that Rovers had won to get to their title, or the West Ham draw count?
530pm Etihad Stadium Manchester Overall record P172 W72 D52 L51 Most goals Wayne Rooney (11) Most appearances Ryan Giggs (37) Last United win: 26/10/2016 LC United 1-0 City Last United league win: 20/03/2016 United 1-0 City Last City win: 10/12/2017 United 1-2 City Interesting result for Liverpool. Do City continue with a full team, knowing that the league is in the bag and rest players for the second leg? Or do they try to exert their dominance in Manchester and win the league vs United, possibly messing up their chances in the second leg? Prediction: United to win 1-0.
11 days ago, we won 2-0. I was there.