Man Utd XI vs Fulham – Probable 4-2-3-1 lineup with key changes

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Man Utd boss

Manchester United have lost their last two games at Old Trafford against the likes of Leicester City and rivals Liverpool respectively.

We played a very weak side against the Foxes but our first team squad was embarrassed by the Reds in our own backyard. This is unacceptable.

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Ole’s men should bounce back tonight with three points over Fulham to guarantee second place in the Premier League.

The Norwegian manager could make key changes to the team that started vs the Merseysiders last week.

Henderson let in 4 goals vs Liverpool and in his place, David De Gea should return to start in the goal. Bailly had a night to forget as well and with Maguire still out injured, Tuanzebe may start with Lindelof in the central defense.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka could start in the right back role again but Telles may replace Shaw to start vs the relegated Fulham side. In the center of the park, record signing Paul Pogba should start with Scottish international Scott McTominay.

As far as the attack is concerned, Mason Greenwood should return to partner the likes of Fernandes and Rashford behind main center forward, Edinson Cavani.

Here is Man Utd’s probable 4-2-3-1 line up vs Fulham:




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  1. Man.Utd have no spark in their game when it comes to speed and there is noone to move forward. Just keep watching other teams playing even today Jack Grealish and other players in that team running through players so fast and so easily. They lose most of their games due to this and also alot of mistakes by securing the ball while defending and immediately losing it by wrong passes and too many times. Always slowly passing and again losing the ball. They never change or learn from their mistakes. They are capable of playing well but I think they lack fitness and maybe the training is not good enough. We had seen them shocking us at times with their amazing one or two games.

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