Duo return – Man Utd’s strongest possible 4-2-3-1 vs Arsenal

Manchester United fought hard to earn a point against PL leaders Chelsea at the weekend. On the other hand, Arsenal bounced back from a disappointing defeat vs Liverpool to earn all three points vs Magpies.

The Red Devils will collide against the Gunners at Old Trafford tomorrow night that could probably be the last game for Michael Carrick to manage before new interim boss, Ralf Rangnick takes over.

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As far as the team news is concerned, Man Utd could make a couple of change in the starting XI that faces the Blues on Sunday.

Skipper Harry Maguire is available after serving his one game suspension and the England international would likely return to start with Lindelof in the central defense in front of De Gea. The likes of Telles and Wan-Bissaka may retain their fullback positions.

In the center of the park, veteran Matic featured for full 90 minutes against Chelsea and he should be rested. Fred and McTominay may start again. Bruno Fernandes must start in the central attacking midfield role.

The likes of Rashford and Sancho have been impressive, the latter has netted two goals in the last two games and the should start in the wide attacking positions. We have not won a single league game in which Ronaldo has not started and the 36-year-old superstar must return to start as the main CF up front.

Here is Man Utd’s strongest possible 4-2-3-1 vs Arsenal:

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  1. What an exciting time for Man.Utd club and the fans. Congrats to our heroes Ronaldo and Bruno. Here we go again, back to our winning days. Renaldo meant what he said that if Man.Utd want they can be a good team and it is now proving to be that way.
    Also congrats to our temporary manager Michael Carrick who managed and handled this club so well that he got them back to winning and I think his touch is what brought Man.Utd a level up. So keep going and never stop believing that United you all Stand.
    Good luck and welcome to our new manger Rangnick. Congrats to all our players Fred, Rashford and Maguire and to all who put in alot of effort.

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