Man United win again Are Manchester United going to win the 2017-18 Premier League? It's all looking good right now following Saturday's 2-0 home win overLeicester. Goals from Marcus Rashford andMarouane Fellaini sowed up the three points against the Foxes after Romelu Lukaku earlier missed a penalty. After back to back 4-0 wins over West Ham and Swansea, United have maximum points in the EPL without having conceded a goal. And that's before considering how good Jose Mourinho usually performs in his second season at a club. In his second seasons at Porto, Chelsea (twice), Inter Milan and Real Madrid, Mourinho won the title. So will he do that again at Old Trafford this season.
Horror stat for Man United While most of the arrows are currently pointing upwards for Man United, there is one horror stat fans should be aware of. In only one of the previous five Premier League seasons in which Man United won their opening three fixtures, they went on to be champions. That was back in 2006-7. Last season, lest we forget, Man United beat Bournemouth, Southampton and Hull in their opening three matches. As we know, the Red Devils ended up finishing in sixth. After the international break, Man United will look to continue their winning streak going away at Stoke in the Premier League. Also see: Paul Pogba admits he was 'scared' against Leicester (Video).