Manchester United's match against Tottenham on Saturday takes on additional significance for a number of reasons.
After stumbling against Everton where they couldn't find a way to handle Marouane Fellaini, nor score a goal, United have four straight wins.
Yes, United took the points, but they were woeful at times and also in the first half against Wigan and against Galatasaray.
They did redeem themselves in the second half against Wigan and the second string showed how to get and keep a result in the Carling Cup on Wednesday.
So what can the fans expect against Tottenham?