Four key changes – Man Utd’s strongest possible 4-2-3-1 XI vs West Ham




Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Man Utd boss

Manchester United made several changes to their usual lineup and were knocked out of the FA Cup by Chelsea at the weekend.

Next up, the Red Devils face West Ham United in the Premier League and Solskjaer should look to start his strongest possible side to ensure CL qualification for next season.

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The Hammers have won their last two league games by scoring 7 goals and conceding just 1 and they just need a point to be mathematically safe from relegation.

As far as our team news is concerned, four key changes should be made. De Gea has to be dropped. The Spanish goalie made two howlers vs the Blues on Sunday and I think enough is enough. Romero must start in the goal.

The likes of Wan-Bissaka and Williams should start in the fullback positions. On the other hand, Maguire and Lindelof could start in the central defense.

Bailly should miss the game vs the Hammers after limping off the field with a head injury against the Stamford Bridge outfit.

Record signing Paul Pogba would likely return in place of Fred and the Frenchman should partner Matic in the central midfield.

In the attacking third, Daniel James should be benched and the likes of Martial and Greenwood should return to play with Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford.

Here is Man Utd’s strongest possible 4-2-3-1 XI vs West Ham:

2 Comments

  1. De gea is not going to be dropped by OGS because he still maintains his faith in him. We all know that he is now as poor as ever but Ole doesnt want to strip away his confidence by omitting him from the starting 11

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