Where to stream Bournemouth v Manchester United: Premier League team news, preview and live coverage

Their title chase may now be officially over, but Manchester United still have work to do on Wednesday night at Bournemouth as they look to secure second position.

However, Jose Mourinhos side wont go into the game with the highest of confidence levels, having lost 1-0 at home to West Brom on Sunday.

The visitors will also have one eye on Saturdays FA Cup final against Tottenham.

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What the managers are saying:

Eddie Howe: "We've had it before in both seasons, where people hit a level and think that's you done and you just lose an edge to your performance.

"It's one of the most frustrating things I've had to deal with in the Premier League because it doesn't matter to me whether we're safe or not safe; the principle is that you give your best in every game."

Jose Mourinho: "We lost three points [against West Brom] that could give us great stability for the second position.

"Now we still have the fourth position to fight for because Chelsea won [at Southampton on Saturday] and we lost, so we still have to fight for top four."

What the players are saying:

Simon Francis: "It is a game when we will go on the front foot and try to attack them.

“They might try to play out from the back and we will try to press them as well as we can.

“It is a home game and one we feel we can win, as they all are. We have confidence we can win every game."

Juan Mata: "Second position was not done before the game.

"It was not done even if we won, so losing – it's even more important the next game.

"We know that we have to compete until the last week."

Predicted XIs:

Bournemouth: Begovic; Francis, S Cook, Ake, Daniels; L Cook, Gosling, Fraser, Ibe; King; Wilson.

Out: A Smith and Stanislas.

Manchester United: De Gea; Darmian, Jones, Rojo, Shaw; McTominay, Carrick, Herrera; Lingard, Martial, Lukaku.

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