United are just 8/25 (1.32) with 888Sport but given they've won just six of 15 Premier League games this term, there are better options available to punters.
Fulham were pegged back by Leicester in a 1-1 draw at Craven Cottage last time out. Despite that, new boss Claudio Ranieri will be pleased with what he's seen from his new side during two games in charge.
The Cottagers have picked up just one point on the road this season but Ranieri’s appointment appears to have had some positive impact based on the limited evidence available to punters so far.
Goals look the way to go here as United's defensive flaws have been on show for all to see this term. 25 goals conceded thus far is unfamiliar territory for a team that have been used to pragmatic, staunch performances under their Portuguese manager. This season only five Premier League sides have conceded more than Mourinho's men.
Fulham are one of those and still have the worst back-line in the division, but they've looked lively enough going forward to contribute to a high-scoring clash.
Two clean sheets all season for United in the top-flight suggests a Fulham side who - despite their lowly standing - have scored an average of a goal a game should create plenty of opportunities.
Three of the hosts' last four league matches have seen over 3.5 goals and that's another option worth considering at 11/8 (2.38) given both sides look much more confident going forward than they do at the back.