Three changes – Man Utd’s strongest possible 4-2-3-1 XI vs Spurs

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Man Utd defeated Granada 2-0 away from home to have one foot in the semi finals of the Europa League. Tomorrow, they will face Tottenham Hotspur, who are chasing CL football, in the Premier League.

The Red Devils are solid in the top four and therefore, Solskjaer could make a few changes to the squad that started on Thursday night.

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Luke Shaw is a doubt, he was substituted in the midweek after 45 minutes and keeping in view his injury record, it is better if Ole opts to rest him. In his place Alex Telles should return to start with Maguire, Lindelof and Wan-Bissaka in the defense.

Spanish international David De Gea returned to the starting XI in the Europa League and kept a clean sheet. He should retain his place in the goal ahead of Henderson.

As far as the midfield is concerned, Brazilian star Fred could replace McTominay to partner Paul Pogba in the center of the park.

Uruguayan international Edinson Cavani may get the nod to start after playing for just 20 odd minutes vs Granada. He should replace Daniel James.

Greenwood and Rashford should start on the flanks, Bruno Fernandes must play in the CAM role behind Cavani, who would be the main center forward.

Here is how Man Utd could line up (4-2-3-1) vs Tottenham Hotspur:

1 Comment

  1. No doubt the line up looks good, but I would have loved Shaw to be in the team as he’s in form of his life but no thanks to injury. But we can count on Telles to perform, as not having a playing time would no doubt affect his form.
    Martial is another player we are going to miss in the match against Tottenham Hotspur. I quite appreciate his ability to keep the ball at his feet and draw attention to himself why other players would run into space.
    I’m backing Man U to beat Spurs in this one.My prediction is Tottenham 1 Man U 2.

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