Still ongoing. From the Utd live blog: Team news The main piece of team news emerging from the Aon Training Complex concerns Eric Bailly, whose ankle injury we first reported on Wednesday night after the Bournemouth match. Jose Mourinho told MUTV the Ivory Coast international will undergo surgery to repair his ankle injury and will be out of action for "the next two to three months." Baggies full of experience The boss believes West Brom, now managed by Alan Pardew after Tony Pulis was sacked last month, have a good squad and he is expecting a tough game on Sunday. He said: "They got so many points with Tony [Pulis] in the big matches. I think Tony assembled a very good squad, lots of experienced players, physical players who adapted to the Premier League, with know-how, lots of experience I repeat. So the squad is good, the players are good, the stadium is enthusiastic, the match is difficult." Improved tally points to progress United's tally of 38 points after 17 league games would have been enough to top the table in each of the last 10 seasons, but Mourinho is focusing on the bigger picture. "We are second, the number of points could be first in other seasons, yes, but we are second. This is where we are. Not first, not third, we are second and, as I have been saying, match after match, one match at a time and let's see at the end of the season how many points and where we are."