Manchester United travel to Luton Town on Tuesday night with a place in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup at stake.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side suffered a 3-1 defeat to Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Saturday in what was a dross performance from start to finish.
Luton entered into the competition in round one, with wins against Norwich and Reading bringing them to the third round.
The winner of the tie will play either Preston North End or Brighton in the next round.
Where to Watch
When Is Kick Off? Tuesday 22 September
What Time Is Kick Off? 20:15 (BST)
Where Is it Played? Kenilworth Road
TV Channel/Live Stream? Sky Sports (UK)
Referee? Tim Robinson
Luton's Dan Potts, Eunan O'Kane and Brendan Galloway are all expected to miss out through injury. Tom Lockyer could make a return to the side, with former United youngster Ryan Tunnicliffe expected to start in midfield.
United, who won the competition in 2017, will likely make changes from the side that lost to Palace at the weekend.
Dean Henderson could get the nod over David de Gea, while Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Nemanja Matic could also feature to improve their match fitness.
Summer signing Donny Van de Beek netted United's goal against Palace when he made his debut from the bench and could feature in this tie to get more minutes in his legs.
Luton Town: Shea; Bree, Lockyer, Bradley, Norrington-Davies; Shinnie, Moncur, Tunnicliffe; Clark, Hylton, LuaLua.
Manchester United: Henderson; Wan-Bissaka, Bailly, Maguire, Williams; Matic, Fred; James, Van de Beek, Greenwood; Ighalo.
Luton are currently sitting third in the Championship after winning both of their opening fixtures. The Hatters beat Barnsley and Derby County in the league, while wins against Norwich and Reading in the Carabao Cup have earned Luton their place in the third round.
The Red Devils went to the latter stages of last season's Europa League, meaning their start to the domestic season had been delayed, before their defeat at the hands of Palace.
Luton Town 2-1 Derby County (19/9)
Reading 0-1 Luton Town (15/9)
Barnsley 0-1 Luton Town (12/9)
Luton Town 3-1 Norwich City (5/9)
Northampton Town 0-3 Luton Town (29/8)
Manchester United 1-3 Crystal Palace (19/9)
Aston Villa 1-0 Manchester United (12/9)
Sevilla 2-1 Manchester United (16/8)
Manchester United 1-0 Copenhagen (10/8)
Manchester United 2-1 LASK (5/8)
While United did fall to defeat in their opening Premier League fixture, Solskjaer's side will have their sights firmly set on finding their feet again.
Although the Norwegian manager is expected to field an altered lineup, the squad will be hungry to get back to winning ways.
Luton's fine form should give them confidence, but the Red Devils will likely have too much quality for the Hatters to deal with.
Prediction: Luton Town 1-3 Manchester United