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Manchester United will aim to boost their chances of making next season's Champions League when they host West Ham on Saturday evening. DANNY GALLAGHER brings you all the action.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has targeted 15 more points to secure Champions League football next season via a top-four finish in the Premier League.
The new look will appear for the first time at the Hammers' home Premier League game against Leicester on April 20. Previously the pitch had been surrounded by a neutral green covering.
When Jack Wilshere joined Manuel Pellegrini's West Ham revolution, signing a three-year contract worth close to £100,000 per week, it did not take long for the jokes to follow.
Declan Rice may have doubted his chances of reaching the top but West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini says he always had faith in the youngster.
United have spent big money on established stars such as Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku in recent years. But Rice and fellow youngster Jadon Sancho are said to be the top targets this summer.
If Manchester United lose against West Ham it will be the club's worst run for 27 years. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side come into the game having suffered four defeats in five games.