Seven changes – Man United’s predicted lineup vs Charlton: 4-2-3-1

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Manchester United are on a brilliant winning run at the moment and would like to continue the streak when they face Charlton in the Carabao Cup quarter final tonight.

As far as the team news is concerned, we can expect Erik ten Hag to make seven changes to the squad that started vs Everton in the FA Cup at the weekend.

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Portuguese superstar, Bruno Fernandes, will miss tonight’s clash due to suspension, on the other hand, Donny van de Beek is out with a knee injury.

At the back, United may utilize new signing, Jack Butland, in the goal in place of Spanish international, David De Gea.

Three changes could be made in the backline. The likes of Wan-Bissaka, captain, Harry Maguire and World Cup winner, Lisandro Martinez, would likely return. Summer signing, Tyrell Malacia, should retain his left back position in the lineup.

In the center of the park, Scottish international, McTominay and Brazilian midfielder, Fred should start and in front of them, Eriksen may feature in the No. 10 role with Bruno out.

Antony could feature again on the right flank and Martial should start as the lone center forward up front.

On the left flank, Marcus Rashford will probably be rested and in his place, young, Alejandro Garnacho, could get the nod to start.

Man Utd’s predicted lineup vs Charlton: Butland; Wan-Bissaka, Maguire, Martinez, Malacia; McTominay, Fred; Antony, Eriksen, Garnacho; Martial.

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