Manchester United will look to continue their resurgence when they travel to West Bromwich Albion in the English Premier League on Monday.
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Louis Van Gaal's men have shown signs of turning the corner with back-to-back wins in the Premier League, and Manchester United will be keen to make it three victories in a row at the Hawthorns.
While both their wins were not the most convincing – 2-1 victories over West Ham and Everton – it did show a bit more defensive stability in the United side, which points to the fact that the defensive capitulation of the kind against Leicester City might be behind them.
"I think they [the players] do understand the philosophy," said Van Gaal. "But they have to perform it. We have to see if it works at a higher level. We need more balance. I am looking for more balance in the team, not just spectacular, attacking football.
"When you lose the ball, you must have a shape as a team and then you can defend more easily. You can kill the game better. That is also a part of the philosophy but that is also because I am choosing more creative, attacking football players. We are looking for that balance and, okay, we shall see if the time I have had is long enough."
Van Gaal's injury woes have eased considerably with only four players ruled out with fitness problems, even if the number of absentees jumps up to five due to Wayne Rooney's suspension.
However, the Dutchman will have plenty of options to choose from against West Brom, with only Paddy McNair, Jonny Evans, Jesse Lingard and Antonio Valencia definitely out with injuries.
"This morning, we didn't need any players from the second team and that is a plus," said van Gaal on Friday. "I am very happy because there are no injuries from the international games. I think we're in a good way.
"The players who are recovering are not able to play and we have to wait and see for the lineup on Monday. But we have only four players injured now. That is good."
West Brom are coming off a 2-1 loss to Liverpool in their last Premier League game, which came on the back of two consecutive wins, and it is quite clear that the Baggies will be far from easy opponents, which does seem to be the case with pretty much every single team in the Premier League this season.
"I think West Brom are very difficult to beat, especially at their home," added Van Gaal. "They play not only long balls but they also play a positional game. They are dangerous opponents. But no opponent in the Premier League is easy to beat.
"We have to start with a victory after the international break because we have won the last two games, but West Brom did that too so they also want to win the match. It won't be easy."
West Brom also have a pretty light injury list, with only Silvestre Varela currently on the sidelines.
Expected lineups: West Brom: Foster; Wisdom, Lescott, Dawson, Pocognoli; Morrison, Dorrans, Gardner, Brunt; Sessegnon; Berahino.
Manchester United: De Gea; Rafael, Jones, Rojo, Shaw; Herrera, Blind, Mata, Di Maria; Van Persie, Falcao.