United will be looking to keep the Old Firm’s reputation alive in the Premier League when they host Swansea City on Saturday.
New boss Louis van Gaal’s side will look to keep their winning ways intact as they visit Old Trafford for a 2pm kick-off.
United have won three consecutive league games in all competitions, having lost their last three matches in all competition.
United had also beaten Swansea at Old Trafford in May, with United goalkeeper David de Gea missing out after an injury.
The Swans are currently in fifth place in the table and are four points clear of fourth-placed Liverpool.
The Old Firm are currently eighth with 14 points from seven matches, while Swansea have lost just once in all eight league games they have played.
Swansea City are fourth in the top flight, with 10 points from nine games, while United are eighth in the division.