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Manchester United forwards Wayne Rooney and Juan Mata celebrate a goal in their Europa League match against Feyenoord, November 24, 2016Reuters

Manchester United found their goalscoring form in the Europa League match on Thursday, and Jose Mourinho will now want his team to take that into the Premier League. The Red Devils face off against West Ham at Old Trafford on Sunday.

After seeing two points snatched away from then when Olivier Giroud headed in an equaliser last weekend, Manchester United bounced back with a 4-0 thumping of Feyenoord, a win which put them a point away from making it to the next round of the European competition.

However, their chief target remains the Premier League and in order to stay within touching distance of the top four, Manchester United cannot afford anything but three points against West Ham.

"We've deserved to win our last few games at home because we were the better team, but we didn't come away with the wins, which was disappointing," Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo told MUTV.

"It's an important game [against West Ham] to keep ourselves in the hunt. Winning would put us in a good position heading towards the Christmas period, where games come thick and fast – things can change a lot during that time.

"It's a very competitive league that changes constantly. We're a bit of a distance away from the top but the team is in good shape and we're playing well."

With Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea all winning on Saturday, Manchester United currently find themselves 12 points behind the leaders, which is a big gap to make up. So, winning that game in hand on Sunday is paramount.

Manchester United, though, run into a West Ham side equally desperate for a win. The Hammers are 17th at the moment, level on points with third bottom Hull City. A win will be welcome as West Ham look to move away from the danger zone and towards the top half of the table, where they will feel they belong.

"It's still very tight," West Ham manager Slaven Bilic said of the Premier League table. "With a win against Tottenham we would have been 12th or eleventh, but we are in the position we are. You can stay it's still early days, but we have to start picking up the points. We can say we were unlucky or we deserve more, but the table doesn't lie."

Where to Watch Live

Manchester United vs West Ham is set to begin at 4.30pm GMT (10pm IST). Live Streaming information and TV guide is below.

India: TV: Star Sports Select HD1. Live Streaming: Hotstar.

UK: TV: No live coverage. Radio: BBC.

USA: TV: NBCSN, Telemundo. Live Streaming: NBC Sports Live.

Canada: TV: Sportsnet. Live Streaming: Watch Sportsnet.

Australia: TV: Optus Sport. Live Streaming: Optus Online.

Indonesia, Thailand, Middle East: TV: Bein Sports. Live Streaming: Bein Sports Connect.

Caribbean: TV: Flow Sports.

Germany and Japan: TV: DAZN.