Predicted Manchester United XI to face Arsenal in the Premier League
Arsenal too are coming on the back of a European win with Dundalk proving not much of a challenge. Nonetheless, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men are looking like the favorites given their current form.
Eric Bailly is ruled out with another long term injury. The other two confirmed absentees are Phil Jones and Jesse Lingard. Alex Telles was diagnosed with COVID, which rules him out for the next few games.
Anthony Martial will be serving the last game of his 3-game suspension. Solskjaer threw quite a curveball with his team selection against Leipzig but a lot of the familiar names could be brought back.
Probable Man United XI
Formation : 4-2-3-1
David De Gea (GK)
Back to back clean sheets for De Gea. The Spaniard looked at his usual best and that bodes well.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka (RB)
Wan-Bissaka shrugged off his early-season struggles to produce a stellar defensive display and continues at right-back.
Victor Lindelof (CB)
One of his better days at the office and looks more assured now.
Harry Maguire (CB)
Captain Maguire is slowly putting behind his problems to provide some solid showings at the back.
Luke Shaw (LB)
The Englishman is playing well at the moment both in defence and attack.
Scott McTominay (CM)
Another youngster who is improving by leaps and bounds with each passing game and has likely taken over the mantle from Matic.
There is something you need to appreciate about Fred and that is his commitment to the cause. He has been starting in the last few games and rightfully so.
Bruno Fernades (AM)
Rested for a good while in the midweek and should be raring to go from the start in this crunch game.
Daniel James (LW)
The speedster will be given another opportunity to impress and he really needs to start taking them.
Marcus Rashford (ST)
What can’t this man do. He is doing social work off the field and he is banging in goals for fun on the pitch. Will be expecting a start this time.
Mason Greenwood (RW)
That goal might have been a huge sigh of relief for the youngster as he was out of the team for a while. Now that he is back and running, he will likely be given a good run of games.