Four changes – Man Utd’s likely 4-2-3-1 vs Leicester


Manchester United knocked AC Milan out of the Europa League in the midweek and have been drawn against Granada in the quarter finals of the competition.

For tomorrow, the Red Devils would be focusing on their FA Cup tie against Leicester City, who are just a point behind Man Utd in the Premier League table.

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As far as the team news is concerned, Solskjaer could make four changes to the starting XI that featured vs the Rossoneri on Thursday night.

David De Gea returned from Spain and was on the bench vs AC Milan. The Spanish shot stopper may get the nod to replace Dean Henderson to face the Foxes. The in form backline should remain unchanged.

The likes of Fred and McTominay could be rested and in their positions, Serbian international Nemanja Matic and record signing Paul Pogba, who scored the winner in the midweek, should return to start in the midfield.

In the attack, Solskjaer has confirmed that Cavani is still not at 100%, therefore, Greenwood should start again in the center forward role. Winter signing Amad Traore, who scored his first goal against AC Milan in the first leg, might get the nod to start vs Leicester City on the right wing. The likes of Fernandes and Rashford should once again start in their preferred attacking positions.

Man Utd’s likely 4-2-3-1 vs Leicester: De Gea; Wan-Bissaka, Maguire, Lindelof, Shaw; Matic, Pogba; Amad, Fernandes, Rashford; Greenwood

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  1. Still. Wish Cavani wàs back.We need to score early. They play so much better when up by one.

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