Manchester United face Leeds United at home on Sunday
Marcus Rashford scored twice as Manchester United extended their 100 per cent record on the road, coming from behind again to win 3-2 at the Premier League’s bottom club Sheffield United on Thursday.
Anthony Martial netted the third for the visitors while David McGoldrick scored a brace for Sheffield.
United have won all six league games on the road and collected more points on their travels than at Old Trafford, where their only victory was against West Bromwich Albion last month.
“We need to sort the home form,” said United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, whose side welcome Leeds United on Sunday.
“Obviously, it’s not like it’s home and away in these conditions without fans and it seems like we’re going to be in this situation a little longer, but we should be more used to the Old Trafford pitch than these pitches.”