LONDON: The focus is now once again on Cristiano Ronaldo as Manchester United seek to avenge the shock of losing in the Champions League to Young Boys with the Premier League leaders heading to West Ham on Sunday.
Second -placed Chelsea behind United on goal difference will try to extend their unbeaten run by facing neighbors London at Tottenham.
Liverpool and Manchester City are expected to have no problems when Crystal Palace and Southampton travel to Anfield and the Etihad respectively tomorrow.
But the pressure continued for Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta when he brought the Gunners to Burnley.
Ronaldo once again found the target in Bern, but United lost when Aaron Wan-Bissaka was sent off in the Champions League.
“Our character is as you’d expect; focused, a little frustrated but not overly impressed,” Solskjaer said. “It’s a disappointment. We need to do better.”
It was a mistake that happened when Jesse Lingard sent the ball back that caused United to lose to the Young Boys.
Meanwhile, Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku will face Tottenham striker Harry Kane in an exciting clash of two of the Premier League’s best fighters.
Lukaku excelled on his return to Chelsea after moving from Inter Milan.
The Belgian has already scored four goals in four appearances, including a goal from a header breaking Zenit Saint Petersburg’s defense in the Champions League midweek.
After seeing Chelsea’s attacking line -up struggle last season, Blues boss Thomas Tuchel admitted Lukaku brought new life to the team.
“He’s the kind of player we miss,” Tuchel said.
“He’s also very humble. He’s always open to anyone and that creates energy and a situation we can be proud of.”