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2 Reasons Why Manchester United Might Lose Their EFL Cup Game Against West Ham United

Manchester United is set to welcome West Ham United at the Old Trafford stadium for their English football league tie. Manchester United has previously faced West Ham in the fifth game of the English premier league game campaign. Manchester United won 1-2 at the West London Stadium, with goals coming from Benrahma, Cristiano Ronaldo and Jesse Lingard respectively. David De Gea grabbed all three points for Manchester United after he saved Mark Noble's penalty kick in the last minutes of the game.

Here are the two reasons why Manchester United might lose their EFL cup game against West Ham United tomorrow:

1. Ole Gunner Solskjaer tactical mistakes: Ole Gunner Solskjaer has been an outstanding coach for Manchester United but he is yet to win a trophy for the club, due to his tactical errors. Ole Gunner Solskjaer is well known for his tactical error and late substitution which can cost Manchester United a lot in their next game against West Ham United. Manchester United might lose if Ole Gunner Solskjaer makes a tactical mistake tomorrow.

2. West Ham United will want to take revenge for their loss against Manchester United:

West Ham United was thrashed by Manchester United in their last premier league game. The two clubs are set to face in the EFL cup tomorrow, West Ham will be looking forward to getting their revenge on Manchester United tomorrow. David Moyes is likely to play his strongest starting XI tomorrow.

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