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Manchester United take on Southampton at Saint Mary's Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
United bounced back from humiliating defeats against Brighton and Brentford to beat Liverpool 2-1 at Old Trafford earlier this week and they'll be hoping to build some momentum in this fixture, in which new signing Casemiro will be available to feature.
"Casemiro is fit, yeah. He did all the training sessions, he trained individually and the last days he trained with the team," Ten Hag said at his press conference on Friday. Ten Hag also confirmed that Anthony Martial is sidelined again through injury.
Southampton have four points from three games this season and that means they sit above United in the Premier League table. Ralph Hasenhuttl's side head into this game after beating Leicester 2-1 away from home last weekend.
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Manchester United will be seeking their second win of the Premier League season when they face Southampton in the early kick-off on Saturday.
The Red Devils were under huge pressure ahead of their clash with arch-rivals Liverpool(opens in new tab) on Monday night. Back-to-back defeats by Brighton(opens in new tab) and Brentford(opens in new tab) had left United(opens in new tab) rooted to the foot of the early table, and suggested that the myriad problems from last season had not been fixed. Erik ten Hag's team were deservedly beaten in both of those matches, and their display in the 4-0 defeat by Brentford was especially concerning.
Yet United dug deep and pulled off an upset against Liverpool. The signing of Casemiro, who was introduced to the Old Trafford crowed before kick-off, seemed to give United a boost.
The team played with energy, purpose and intensity, and Jadon Sancho gave them a deserved lead in the first half. Marcus Rashford doubled their advantage after the break, and United held on for all three points after Mohamed Salah halved the deficit late on. Liverpool were poor, but Ten Hag's men were excellent.
The Premier League weekend off with Manchester United at Southampton, hoping to prove that its impressive win over Liverpool was no flash in the pan.
Manager Erik ten Hag has challenged his players to repeat the work ethic they displayed against Liverpool every week.
"What I demand is that players bring the top spirit every day. Every day, they have to bring it to the club," he said.
"It has to be a way of life and I hope they understand."Manchester United's Anthony Martial will miss Saturday's Premier League clash with Southampton due to an Achilles issue, manager Erik ten Hag said on Friday, as the French forward's injury problems continued to affect his start to the campaign.
Martial missed United's season-opening defeat by Brighton & Hove Albion and the heavy loss to Brentford before coming on as a substitute against Liverpool on Monday, where he provided an assist to Marcus Rashford in their morale-boosting 2-1 win.
"Martial is not fit. He came out with a problem on his Achilles, so we have to wait," Ten Hag told reporters ahead of Saturday's match at St Mary's Stadium.
"I cannot tell a prognosis on how long it takes but we hope he'll be available for the next game against Leicester City."
United's new signing Casemiro watched from the Old Trafford stands as United overcame Liverpool and the former Real Madrid midfielder could make his debut for the club at Southampton.