That is the view of former Manchester United striker-turned-pundit Michael Owen.
United stay unbeaten within the Premier League up to now this season and take a seat joint-top within the Premier League with competitors Manchester City.
Jose Mourinho’s facet have received 4 in their opening 5 video games, simplest losing issues within the 2-2 draw with Stoke previous this month.
While Southampton will probably be taking a look to make it 3 consecutive league wins after beating Watford and Crystal Palace.
But Owen reckons Manchester United will finish Saints’ profitable run and proceed to mount an early identify price.
“I expect Manchester rivals United to likewise claims all three points at the weekend, with Jose Mourinho’s side unstoppable against Southampton on the south coast,” Owen informed the Metro.
“The Red Devils are unbeaten in six Premier League visits to St Mary’s, winning four, and likely to extend that record at Southampton’s expense.”
The ultimate time United took on Southampton at St Mary’s it ended goalless.
But with Romelu Lukaku and Marcus Rashford firing on all cylinders this season, targets will probably be anticipated.
However, a win for Southampton will let them get revenge for their EFL Cup ultimate defeat ultimate season.
But whether or not Virgil van Dijk performs an element of their revenge challenge is still observed, with Saints boss Mauricio Pellegrino set to come to a decision as of late on his inclusion.
“We will decide on Friday, but every week for Virgil is important because he is getting better,” Pellegrino mentioned.
“After a protracted time frame with out taking part in a recreation now he’s coaching neatly, and it is just right information for us as a result of we want Virgil like each unmarried participant in our squad.
“Virgil is crucial participant for us. I believe each unmarried week he’s going to enhance, however on the identical time he must play, he wishes to coach.
“The best training session for me is to play games. Now he is playing in the reserves and he is training well.”