recent Capital One Cup win over Newcastle. Taylor has distributed 12 yellow cards and one red this campaign.
Betting: History suggests United should have little trouble seeing off Stoke City. The Reds have won their last nine home encounters against the Potters and are available at 3/10 to repeat the trick on Saturday (draw is 4/1 and Stoke are 9/1 shots). That price on United won’t make you rich though, so get on the 11/10 that the Reds win a game of Under Four Goals. Stoke are tough to break down but have scored just one goal at OT in 32 years, so a low-scoring home victory looks most likely. Register with bwin to claim up to £20 in free bets with your first deposit.
Rivals watch: After the international break, the Premier League returns with a bang this weekend. Spurs host Chelsea at midday on Saturday before Manchester City travel to West Brom, Liverpool host Reading and Arsenal take on Norwich.