When and Where: The Barclays Premier League match from Old Trafford kicks-off at 8.30 a.m. ET. TV coverage will be provided by the Fox Soccer Channel. A stream will be available in delayed form on FoxSoccer2Go.
Preview: With Manchester City facing Arsenal later in the day, Manchester United can potentially take a giant leap toward a 20th league title with a win over Queens Park Rangers on Sunday.
The Red Devils have hit form at just the right time and are on a run of seven consecutive Premier League victories. Without the distraction of the Champions League, United have benefited from being able to focus fully on retaining their title.
While many in and outside of Old Trafford believe the current squad is not the finest United vintage, having accumulated 10 points more than at the same stage last season, their record speaks volumes for how well Sir Alex Ferguson has reaped the maximum from his players.
But United may find it difficult against a QPR side that has made a habit of upsetting the big guns in a challenging first season back in the top flight. The West Londoners have already taken the scalp of Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea this season.
And former United striker Mark Hughes would love to add the league leaders to their list of victims as his QPR side look to move clear of the relegation zone.
Team News: Sir Alex Ferguson may well make changes to his side with three matches in the next week. Nani, fit again after an ankle injury, could come back into the side, with the possibility of the in-form Antonio Valencia being rested. Danny Welbeck could also start in place of Javier Hernandez.
QPR will again be without striker Djibril Cisse through suspension. Despite Heidar Helguson and DJ Campbell having returned to training, Bobby Zamora is expected to continue to man the front line alone. Armand Traore and Fitz Hall will both be missing.
Prediction: United have showed all their experience to continue to find a way to win in the crucial run-in to the end of the season. And, although QPR have discovered some form in the past few weeks, especially against the big sides, they have yet to win in away from home in 2012.
Expect United to continue their march toward the title with yet another victory.
Manchester United 2-0 QPR