Manchester United are aiming to make it 10 consecutive wins when they travel to south London on Wednesday night to face a Crystal Palace struggling for results of their own.
Erik ten Hag watched his team come from behind against Manchester City to win the derby at the weekend and will be delighted with the character and resolve on display.
Here's a look at the starting XI he could pick to face Palace.
Man Utd predicted lineup vs Crystal Palace
GK: David de Gea - Jack Grealish was the first player to score a Premier League goal past the United stopper since before the World Cup.
RB: Aaron Wan-Bissaka - Could start in place of Diogo Dalot, who was absent for the derby and potentially remains a doubt here.
CB: Raphael Varane - Has taken for him to look consistently good in a United shirt, but is now firmly showing why he won four Champions League titles with Real Madrid.
CB: Lisandro Martinez - Charlton in the Carabao Cup is the only game he has started since the World Cup, but this is probably a favourable time to change that.
LB: Luke Shaw - Has done such a good job at centre-back and was even favoured ahead of three specialists for the derby. Could go back to the left now.
CM: Casemiro - Characterises the growth and change in United this season. The team has still only lost once in all competitions since he has been a regular starter.
CM: Christian Eriksen - Intricate creativity will likely be an important asset when trying to break down a Palace side that will want to stop United playing.
RM: Antony - Came on at half-time against City and could be handed a place back in the starting XI for the trip to the capital.
AM: Bruno Fernandes - It could only be a matter of time before he permanently replaces Harry Maguire as club captain. He is basically de facto captain already.
LM: Marcus Rashford - Another game, another goal last time out for the Premier League's most in-form player. Suffered a slight knock in the derby but isn't thought to be a doubt here.
ST: Wout Weghorst - Might not have expected to be involved from the start so soon, but Anthony Martial's fitness concerns make this one a good time for it to happen.
Source : 90min