Star out – Man Utd’s strongest possible 4-2-3-1 XI vs Aston Villa

James Pogba and Maguire

Manchester United will face Aston Villa tonight and three points will help them go level on top of the table with champions Liverpool.

The Birmingham based side have been in top form this term. Currently, they are four points behind the Red Devils but have a game in hand.

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As far as the team news is concerned, we can expect Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to make several changes to the squad that started vs Wolves in the midweek.

At the back, with Lindelof out injured, Bailly should retain his place in the central defense with Harry Maguire in front of Spanish shot stopper, David De Gea.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka could start again in the right back role, however, Alex Telles might be replaced and in his left back position, Luke Shaw could return to start.

In the center of the park, Scott McTominay should return to partner record signing Paul Pogba.

Greenwood has been out of form lately and therefore, Daniel James could get the nod to start on the right flank. On the left wing, Rashford, who scored the late winner vs Wolves, must start.

Eidnson Cavani is out due to suspension, so, in his place, Anthony Martial would likely return to play in the center forward position. On the other hand, Bruno Fernandes should start in the CAM role behind the former Monaco man.

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

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  1. Good playing by Eric Bailly. He saved man.Utd. As usual all the players especially Bruno, then Rashford always pushing and moving forward. Martial is becoming very alert and can see he will go for more. Wan Bissicka good passing and Poghba doing his tackling and passing bits. Maguire is always sharp at defending. Yes there are risks still for Man.Utd going to lose at times.

    Man.Utd need to bring in more strikers to win like even Jadon Sancho or Jack Grilesh and before this January games.

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