A confident second-half display against Brentford showed a Manchester United team that finally looks like it’s starting to click under Ralf Rangnick.

But the Red Devils still have plenty of work to do if they are to challenge for a top-four spot and a place in next season’s Champions League.

We’ve taken a look at all you need to know about Manchester United – from their next league game, to the latest football betting odds.

When is the next Manchester United Premier League fixture?

Manchester United host West Ham this Saturday at 15:00. The Red Devils have won 20 of their 25 Premier League home games against the Hammers, and are unbeaten in their last 13 against them at Old Trafford.

What are the odds that Manchester United win their next game?

West Ham boss David Moyes has never won an away Premier League match against Manchester United in 14 attempts. So, given West Ham and Moyes’ record, it’s no surprise that a home win is odds-on. A draw is 27/10.

Cristiano Ronaldo has scored six goals and provided one assist in his last five Premier League appearances against West Ham, accounting for 70% of the total goals the Red Devils have scored in these games. If you think his goal will be the first of the game, you can get 4/1 (was 10/3) Enhanced Odds. Or, he’s EVS to score anytime.

What is the latest Manchester United injury and transfer news?

Paul Pogba remains sidelined with a thigh injury, while Aaron Wan-Bissaka is the latest to join United’s absentees. Luke Shaw and Edinson Cavani both picked up knocks in training this week and are doubts to face West Ham. Defender Eric Bailly remains with Ivory Coast at the Africa Cup of Nations.

Who are Manchester United’s key players?

Cristiano Ronaldo (who else?) has already re-established himself as Manchester United’s star player.

That’s a mantle he’s wrestled away from Bruno Fernandes, but the playmaker remains a vital cog in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s squad. United have quality all over the pitch, from Paul Pogba in midfield, to Raphael Varane at the back and David de Gea in goal.

Manchester United Premier League fixtures

Manchester United’s Premier League fixtures for the 2021/22 season in full are below:

14/08/202112:30Manchester United v Leeds United5-1
22/08/202114:00Southampton v Manchester United1-1
29/08/202116:30Wolverhampton v Manchester United0-1
11/09/202115:00Manchester United v Newcastle United4-1
19/09/202114:00West Ham United v Manchester United1-2
25/09/202115:00Manchester United v Aston Villa0-1
02/10/202115:00Manchester United v Everton1-1
16/10/202115:00Leicester City v Manchester United4-2
23/10/202115:00Manchester United v Liverpool0-5
30/10/202115:00Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United0-3
06/11/202115:00Manchester United v Manchester City0-2
20/11/202115:00Watford v Manchester United4-1
27/11/202115:00Chelsea v Manchester United1-1
30/11/202120:00Manchester United v Arsenal3-2
04/12/202115:00Manchester United v Crystal Palace1-0
11/12/202115:00Norwich City v Manchester United0-1
14/12/202119:45Brentford v Manchester United1-3
18/12/202115:00Manchester United v Brighton
26/12/202115:00Newcastle United v Manchester United1-1
28/12/202115:00Manchester United v Burnley3-1
01/01/202215:00Manchester United v Wolverhampton0-1
15/01/202215:00Aston Villa v Manchester United
22/01/202215:00Manchester United v West Ham United
08/02/202219:45Burnley v Manchester United
12/02/202215:00Manchester United v Southampton
19/02/202215:00Leeds United v Manchester United
26/02/202215:00Manchester United v Watford
05/03/202215:00Manchester City v Manchester United
12/03/202215:00Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur
19/03/202215:00Liverpool v Manchester United
02/04/202215:00Manchester United v Leicester City
09/04/202215:00Everton v Manchester United
16/04/202215:00Manchester United v Norwich City
23/04/202215:00Arsenal v Manchester United
30/04/202215:00Manchester United v Brentford
07/05/202215:00Brighton v Manchester United
15/05/202215:00Manchester United v Chelsea
22/05/202216:00Crystal Palace v Manchester United

What are Manchester United odds to win the Premier League?

A title tilt is a long way off for Manchester United this season, but challenging for the top four is more likely. They’re 15/8 to secure a place in the Champions League.

Who is the manager of Manchester United?

Interim Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick has a wealth of managerial experience and is seen by many as the inspiration for a generation of German coaches like Jurgen Klopp, Thomas Tuchel and Julian Nagelsmann.

There’s been no word yet as to whether he’ll be in charge at the start of the 2022/23 season, but he’s 3/1 to retain his role. Mauricio Pochettino still leads the market at 6/4.

Where do Manchester United play?

Manchester United play their home games at Old Trafford. Nicknamed the ‘Theatre of Dreams’, it’s the largest club ground in the UK with a capacity of 74,140.