Manchester United bounced back from a goal down to beat Newcastle United at Old Trafford yesterday. Next up, the Red Devils will face an away fixture against Burnley tomorrow night.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should look to make a few changes in the team that started vs the Magpies taking into consideration the hectic period.
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Record signing Paul Pogba, who has made a couple of appearances from the bench since returning from injury, should start vs the Clarets on Saturday. The French international should replace injured McTominay to partner Fred in the center of the park.
In the back-line, the Norwegian manager should just make one change. Luke Shaw has been injury prone for us so I think he should be rested and Young could replace him to start in the left back role.
As far as the attack is concerned, Juan Mata could replace Andreas Pereira to start in the No. 10 role behind lone center forward Martial, who netted a brace vs Newcastle.
James was rested yesterday and in his place Greenwood started and scored a sublime goal vs NUFC to give United the lead in the 36th minute. The 18-year-old could be rested and the Welsh winger might return to start on the right wing.
Here is Man Utd’s strongest possible 4-2-3-1 XI vs Burnley:
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