Manchester United welcome Brighton to Old Trafford on Sunday - the side two points and two places above them in the Premier League.
United will be looking to (finally) get their season up and running this weekend. Ole Gunnar
After confirming progression in the Europa League on Thursday, a win on Sunday will lift United above their weekend opponents and could see them move as high as eighth.
A One-Sided Affair
Brighton are have some pretty serious history to overcome if they are to leave Old Trafford with three points.
United have never lost in their previous 11 home fixtures against Brighton in all competitions, winning nine and drawing two.
Brighton have taken just one point from the 18 available at Old Trafford in the top flight (W0, D1, L5), when they recorded a 1-1 draw at the Theatre of Dreams way back in March 1983.
The home side has won all four Premier League matches between Brighton and Man Utd. No fixture in Premier League history has been played more and been won by the home side 100% of the time.
A Proud November Record to Uphold
In November 1996, United lost 2-1 at home to Chelsea. The Red Devils haven't lost a league game at Old Trafford in November since (W34, D7).
This is the longest unbeaten run in a single month in the competition's history. Although Man Utd are enduring their worst ever start to a Premier League season, at least they've still got that proud unbeaten home record in November to shout about. Every cloud.
No Away Wins Against the Big Boys
It's fair to say Brighton are yet to thrive with the underdog tag away from home in the Premier League.
Against the six ever-present Premier League sides - Arsenal, Chelsea, Everton, Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham - the Seagulls have picked up just one point from a possible 39 away from home (W0, D1, L12).
Brighton don't have a prolific scoring record in these fixtures either, with just three goals in 13 games.
All Eyes on Rashford
United have recorded just three victories in the Premier League this season, with Marcus Rashford scoring the winner on each of those occasions.
Two of those three winning goals have come from the penalty spot. No player has scored more winning goals in the Premier League this season than Rashford.