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WATCH: Discussion on Manchester United and Marcus Rashford

Following a big win in last weekend's derby, continuing their perfect run since returning from the winter break, Manchester United have emerged as one of the teams to beat as the Premier League enters its second half. 

Steve Freeth, Sam Matterface and Kelly Somers discuss all things regarding the red side of Manchester, including what their finishing league position could be. 

Erik ten Hag's side didn't enjoy their start to life in the Premier League under the Dutchman, losing their opening two matches against Brighton and Brentford. 

One wouldn't have been laughed at for believing it would be a long season for the 13-time Premier League champions, however, a huge upturn in form, dropping just 10 points from 16 games, means that United are not just firmly in the conversation for a top-four finish but are even being discussed for the title.

Since returning from the World Cup break, Manchester United have won seven from seven in all competitions, with four of these coming in the league. 

Not only have results improved but also the fortunes of some of the players. One player in particular who has caught the eye is Marcus Rashford. 

The England international cut a dejected figure at the start of the season but has since turned it all around and is now seen as one of the hottest performers in the league, scoring eight in his last seven and being a key player in United's recent success.

Watch as Steve, Kelly and Sam discuss United's hopes in the video above.

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