4-3-3: Rangnick’s strongest possible Man Utd XI vs Brentford – Five changes

Ralf Rangnick - German manager

Manchester United have only earned a single point from their last two Premier League games and they must return to winning ways to push for Champions League qualification.

The Red Devils will face Brentford tonight and we can expect manager Ralf Rangnick to make at least five changes to the squad that started vs Aston Villa last weekend.

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The German manager has mostly utilized the 4-2-2-2 setup but in the last game, he used the 4-3-3 formation vs the Villa Park outfit.

In the defense, captain Harry Maguire would replace Lindelof to start in the central defense with Raphael Varane. Luke Shaw, who was suspended for the last fixture, could return to start in the left back role.

In the center of the park, McTominay should also return from suspension to play with Fred and in front of the duo, Bruno Fernandes, who netted a brace in the last game, must start.

In the attack, Cristiano Ronaldo could start on the left flank in place of Elanga and Sancho might replace Greenwood to feature on the right wing. Uruguayan international, Edinson Cavani, would likely start again as the main center forward.

Here is Rangnick’s strongest possible Man Utd XI vs Brentford:

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