In this truly unprecedented, unpredictable Premier League season and the year that is 2020, absolutely anything could happen from here.
Even the most optimistic Manchester United fans would have had serious doubts about a title challenge following their home defeat to Arsenal at the start of November, which put them down in 15th after seven games and nine points away from champions and league leaders, Liverpool.
However, a win at Goodison Park over Everton has sparked a perfect run of form that has catapulted the Red Devils into a position where they are now just five points off the top with a game in hand. Now, after fearing for his job, could Ole Gunnar Solskjaer lead his side to the most unlikely of title pushes?
With a crunch Manchester derby on the horizon, both clubs need to win in order to rectify very average starts to the campaign and ultimately, let the rest of England know they're in this until the end. Indeed, a win for United would send a signal to the rest of the league that they should not be underestimated, in what is frankly, looking like one of the most open looking title races in Premier League history.
If United win, do we now have to finally accept the 20-time champions as title contenders?