Manchester United were ousted from the Champions League in the midweek and now, they must step up in the Premier League and finish in the top four to play in the Europe’s elite competition next season.
On Sunday, the Red Devils will collide against Everton, who lost their last league game against Newcastle United.
As far as Solskjaer’s team news is concerned, we can expect the Norwegian boss to make a few key changes in the team that started vs Barcelona on Tuesday evening.
Luke Shaw is still suspended and should return for the derby against Man City. In his absence, Rojo should return to start in the left back position.
Ashley Young has been terrible in recent weeks and I think, he could be ousted from the starting XI. In his place, Dalot should start in the right back role.
Lindelof started on the right vs Barca. Against the Toffees, he should start in the central defense with Smalling in front of De Gea, who had a horrible game vs the Catalan giants.
In the center of the park, Matic should return to the starting XI and he could partner Brazilian international Fred. Record signing Pogba should start in the No.10 role.
As far as the attack is concerned, Lukaku could return to start on the right wing and Martial should start on the left wing. Rashford will likely start as the lone center forward up front.
Here is Man Utd’s strongest possible 4-2-3-1 XI vs Everton.
United have won two of their last three top-flight games at Goodison Park. Back them at odds of 13/10 with BetUK to win on Sunday.
Paul Pogba has scored 13 league goals this season. Bet on the midfielder to score anytime at 12/5.
United beat Everton 2-1 at Old Trafford earlier in the season. They are priced at 27/4 with BetUK to repeat that scoreline this weekend.