IT was one defeat too many for David Moyes last week and now Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes will be out to show him how it's done.
On Saturday night we'll find out if Moyes had lost the dressing room – or whether his stars were just not good enough.
The truth probably lies somewhere in the middle but there should be an electric atmosphere at Old Trafford with fans rallying round the club legends. That's bad news for Norwich who need a result as they fight to stay above the drop zone.
Punters have mostly avoided United at short prices this season – especially at home – but you can bet they'll be on most accumulators at around 2-5 against a side with just two wins and 11 goals away from home.
Eight of nine teams have won on my Top Treble over the last three Saturdays with only Dundee letting me down last weekend. Their shock 1-0 defeat at relegated Morton allowed Hamilton to move into pole position for the Championship title with just two games remaining.
I can still see some twists and turns but Dundee must win at Alloa to at least take it to the wire. It's a return to Recreation Park for boss Paul Hartley and I expect him to leave with the points.
Although Dundee lost at Cappielow it was one of those days in front of goal and they reportedly missed a hatful of chances.
I'm completing the treble with another Championship side Queen of the South who will clinch a play-off spot if they beat Livingston at home. Queens were impressive as they destroyed closest rivals Dumbarton last week and face an outfit who have nothing to play for now and have been beaten 4-0 and 2-0 in their last two on the road.
I couldn't hold of anyone from Betway so I don't if the treble will be enhanced this weekend.
Man Utd (5.30pm)
Queen of South
Pays 3-1 at Betway.com