4-2-3-1: Man Utd’s strongest possible XI vs Gunners

Cavani and Suarez Uruguay

Manchester United suffered a shocking defeat at the hands of Sheffield United in the last league game. Today, they will face Arsenal.

The Gunners have won four of the last 5 fixtures in the Premier League and have the players who can trouble the Red Devils. Who will come out on top?

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Solskjaer must make some key changes to the squad that started vs the Blades in the midweek.

In the back-line, Tuanzebe should be replaced with Victor Lindelof. The Sweden international could partner skipper Maguire in the central defense.

On the other hand, Luke Shaw must return in place of Alex Telles to start in the left back role.

In the center of the park, veteran Serbian Nemanja Matic must be ousted from the XI. He is not good enough. Brazilian star Fred could replace him to start with Pogba.

As far as the offense is concerned, Anthony Martial has been in dismal form this season and it will not come as any surprise to see him on the bench vs Arsenal.

Uruguayan superstar, Cavani, should feature as the the No.9 in front of the likes of Greenwood, Fernandes and Rashford. Here is Man Utd’s strongest possible 4-2-3-1 XI vs Gunners:

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  1. What I see in Man.Utd is that their pattern of playing has not changed. They start off with very slow playing losing possession of the ball ever so often by several wrong passes.

    They only shake up after the opponents score first. Even they cannot still catch up their lack of fitness for some are the main reason for the game slowing down. There is no one so confident of doing that penetrating runs except for Rashford. Luke Shaw is also like Rashford.
    Poghba and Cavani are really good with them helping and so is Bruno but it was a bit sluggish with the passing and winning it back but hardly they win it back, it is gone back to the opponent. I think Solskjaer has to try some of his younger players like of course Mason is there but like Daniel James and Brandon Williams who do alot of running with the ball.

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