Manchester United twice came from behind to earn a draw against Bournemouth on the south coast on Saturday evening. Analyse the data from the game with our Bournemouth vs Manchester United stats page.

Bournemouth vs Manchester United Post-Match Facts

  • Bournemouth are looking to complete their first league double over Manchester United, following their 3-0 win at Old Trafford in December.
  • Manchester United have won four of their six Premier League away games against Bournemouth, losing the other two in December 2015 (1-2) and November 2019 (0-1).
  • Bournemouth have won each of their last three Premier League home games – they’ve never won four in a row at home in the top-flight before.
  • After a run of six away games that saw them keep four clean sheets and concede just two goals, Manchester United have now conceded in each of their last eight on the road, shipping 17 goals in total.
  • Despite coming into this round of games in sixth place in the Premier League table, only bottom side Sheffield United (560) have faced more shots than Manchester United in the Premier League this season (554), while the Red Devils also have the third highest expected goals against figure (58.2).
  • Just 31% of Bournemouth’s Premier League goals this season have been scored in the first half (14/45), the lowest share in the division so far this term. Indeed, the Cherries have scored just once in the opening 45 minutes in their last nine games, and in none of the last five.
  • Manchester United have dropped 15 points from winning positions in the Premier League this season, their most ever in a single campaign. They’ve led late in each of their last three, but failed to win any of them (1-1 v Brentford, 3-4 v Chelsea, 2-2 v Liverpool).
  • In their last two Premier League matches Manchester United have conceded the first goal, gone on to take the lead but ultimately failed to win. Only West Ham in April 2016 have ever done this in three consecutive games in the competition.
  • Dominic Solanke, Philip Billing and Marcos Senesi were on target for Bournemouth in their 3-0 win over Manchester United in the reverse fixture. Only Joshua King in 2019-20 has scored home and away for the Cherries against the Red Devils in a single campaign.
  • Bournemouth’s Ryan Christie (33) and Manchester United’s Antony (31) are the two players

Bournemouth vs Manchester United Stats Centre

Our live Opta match centre delivers you all the Bournemouth vs Manchester United stats from Saturday’s Premier League game at the Vitality Stadium.

The match centre below includes team and player stats, expected goals data, passing networks, an Opta chalkboard and more. It gives you everything you need to do your own in-game and post-match analysis.

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