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The Red Devils are now just three points behind the defending champions and will go joint-top if they win their game in hand against Aston Villa on Friday.
Manchester City, meanwhile, are starting to rediscover the winning habit having won their last three in all competitions.
It had looked like another year of frustration at Old Trafford with United anchored in 16th after the first four weeks of the campaign.
Commercial content notice: Taking one of the bookmaker offers featured in this article may result in a payment to The Sun. Fernandes has provided such a difference that it may even convince Pogba to sign a new contract at Old Trafford, as the excitement level builds with the Portuguese playmaker pulling the strings for what could be a front three to rival any of those others around.
After persisting with Daniel James on the right of a front three for a while, Solskjaer finally gave Greenwood his shot.
Gary Neville said the teenager was getting hard to leave out due to his form, and he's been proven right. Greenwood's got more Premier League goals already in a season than any other year-old or younger apart from Michael Owen, Robbie Fowler and Wayne Rooney - if he can continue keeping pace with that trio's scoring records then he'll be some player.
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Already registered? Log in. Their demolition of Aston Villa on Thursday, meant they became the first Premier League side to win four straight games by three goals or more - and the first in the top flight since Liverpool in Sky Bet's traders report: "We have laid a lot of money for Man Utd on everything going really.
United now have a six-point gap over Wolves in fifth and are just a point behind fourth-placed Leicester - who they face in their final game of the season.
It's United's current form, and in particular the production and potential of that front three, along with Bruno Fernandes in behind, that has punters scrambling to back the Red Devils' revival to be an instant one - and see them challenging for the title next season.
They both have Thursday night football to deal with in the Europa League, but as United showed this year that doesn't have to be so draining if you use your squad correctly.
Leicester may be hardest hit by Europa League football given the size of their squad - which showed as they collapsed down the stretch last season.
Two promoted sides Fulham and West Brom are favoured to go right back down again, in what must be the strangest and possibly the toughest season to ever try and establish yourself in the Premier League.
A home crowd can be a huge boost and winning home games has often been key to a team surviving in the top flight. Hats off to Scott Parker for getting Fulham right back into the big time following relegation - something that is always a tough ask - but the odds suggest it'll be an even bigger achievement to keep them up.
Villa stayed up by the skin of their teeth but there's not a great deal of confidence behind them doing much better this season, while Palace catch the eye after their awful run post-lockdown and still the prospect of Wilfried Zaha leaving in this transfer window.
A common thread among the likes of Palace, Newcastle and even Villa and Burnley is their strong home form - again the lack of fans would seriously hamper these teams in particular.