Legendary Premier League manager Harry Redknapp believes Manchester United’s poor form will continue when we face Burnley on Saturday.
So far, United have lost three of our opening five top-flight games ahead of a trip to the struggling Clarets.
Red Devils Boss Erik ten Hag will be desperate for a positive result at Turf Moor in order to turn things around, but Redknapp has predicted a draw for this game.
“Well, life at Old Trafford continues to cause Ten Hag issues all over the show, I fancied United to go well at the start of the season but as it stands, they need to seriously improve to match those expectations,” Redknapp told BetVictor.
“I thought the new young lad from Denmark, Rasmus Hojlund, caught the eye and was the bright spark in a poor team effort against Brighton and he got his first Manchester United goal in the week.
“Vincent Kompany will fancy his side’s chances of getting something at home and the first goal is going to be key. I think Burnley can give them a great game at Turf Moor.”
Harry Redknapp’s prediction: Burnley 2:2 Manchester United