Manchester United are looking to get the goals flowing again when they welcome West Brom to Old Trafford on Saturday.
The Red Devils have recorded back-to-back goalless draws in their last couple of Premier League matches, as well as in their League Cup elimination (on penalties) at the hands of Middlesbrough, but a single Wayne Rooney goal was enough to see them past CSKA Moscow in the Champions League in midweek.
Before those stalemates there had been at least three goals in their previous five league encounters, including four wins and one defeat, and the home support will be hoping to see the goals return to the Theatre of Dreams.
West Brom could be easy targets for United after losing three of their last five matches, shipping eight goals in the process. But in between those defeats were consecutive 1-0 victories over Sunderland and Norwich City, and in fact all of their four wins this season have been by that scoreline, which just happened to be the result, in their favour, when they visited Old Trafford last season.
United will expect to have Morgan Schneiderlin return from illness and James Wilson recover from a knock, while Paddy McNair (abdominal strain) should also be available. Matteo Darmian is suspended after picking up five yellow cards this season.
Baggies boss Tony Pulis only has one fresh injury concern, with winger Chris Brunt rated as doubtful as he recovers from a knock.