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2.1 Manchester United United have just won the Premier League title, making them the biggest team in the history of the competition.
They are now unbeaten in five games and sit top of the table, with seven points from three matches.
However, this has been a rather disappointing start to the season for Louis van Gaal’s side.
Their last two games have been marred by injury problems, while they have lost three of their last four league matches.
Their defence has also struggled.
Injuries have hit a number of key players, including the talismanic Ryan Giggs, who has missed seven matches with a hamstring injury.
Manchester had a superb start to their season last year, with the first team all playing their best football for the first time in more than a decade.
However, things have changed dramatically since then.
The club’s fortunes have slumped since then, with Van Gaal’s squad suffering through a miserable run of results.
This is the latest blow to United’s title hopes, with manager Louis van der Vaart’s side failing to qualify for the Champions League.
They are now in a precarious position, with two games in three days and a Champions League place on the line against Juventus on Sunday, all in the absence of Giggs.
It’s a huge blow for Van der Vaarts side, with a win at home in the next game would ensure the title would be secured.
There’s also the matter of who the team’s key players are.
Jose Mourinho has been the master of United’s attack since he arrived, but they have struggled in recent weeks, with their number of goals conceded being a staggering 27.
They were also the only team to score more goals than they conceded last season, and they only lost two games from their opening 11 matches this term.
That is an appalling record, with this being the first season since 2006/07 that they have not made the top four of the Premier Leagues.
But it also means that United are one of the best attacking sides in the Premier, with Wayne Rooney and Wayne Rooney the most prolific goalscorers in the division.
United’s squad is littered with quality players, but it’s the attacking core of their team that is the most crucial to their success this season.
Ryan Shawcross is the best winger in the league, and has been one of United most consistent performers this season, scoring 12 goals and providing 13 assists.
Marouane Fellaini is the man behind the strikers, with goals from both Fellaini and Wayne Rooney making him the most consistent striker in the title race.
Michael Carrick has also scored 14 goals, but he has been plagued by injuries, having only scored three goals in three games, with only three assists to his name.
Luke Shaw has also played well this season and has become a key part of the team, scoring eight goals and assisting eight, although he has only scored four times in 10 Premier League appearances.
Marcus Rashford is another one of Manchester United’s key attacking players, and he has scored seven goals and assisted four in all competitions this season with the club.
André Schürrle is the second most prolific forward in the top flight, with 11 goals and four assists, while Sergio Aguero has scored six goals and three assists in all Premier League fixtures this season and is the team most dangerous forward. Defenders Louis van Gaal has had a lot of success at defending the title this season but his team has struggled in that department too.
Louis Van Gaal has faced an excellent team in both of his seasons at Manchester United and they have lifted their Premier League leading points tally from 15 points to 16.
On Saturday, they had a game-time draw with Southampton, while the game against Chelsea was the worst defeat of their season, with a 3-0 loss.
Van Gaal will have to wait until Sunday to see if he can salvage this title.
Prediction: United finish in the fourth spot in the table with a win against Swansea on Sunday and they finish above Liverpool in the top three of the Premier Leagues table.
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