Stars return – Man Utd’s strongest possible 4-2-3-1 XI vs Burnley

Martial and Rashford MUFC

Manchester United will face Burnley in the Premier League tomorrow night knowing that a victory will take them to the top of the table, three points above reigning champions Liverpool.

The Red Devils rested majority of their star players for the FA Cup contest vs Watford and we can expect them to return against the Clarets.

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In the goal, David De Gea should return to replace Dean Henderson. Eric Bailly suffered an injury against the Hornets and he should be out. Skipper Harry Maguire would likely return to start with Axel Tuanzebe in the central defense.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka should return in place of Brandon Williams, who started in the right back role at the weekend. On the other hand, with left back Luke Shaw a doubt, Alex Telles should retain his place in the starting XI.

In the center of the park, Brazilian midfielder Fred may replace Donny van de Beek to start with Scott McTominay, who captained the side vs Watford.

As far as the attack is concerned, Mason Greenwood started the last game as the main center forward but Anthony Martial could return to take his place and the English attacker may start on the right flank.

Marcus Rashford should return to start on the left wing and star playmaker Bruno Fernandes must start in the No.10 role behind Martial.

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


  1. Excellent and impressive playing all through by player Paul Poghba. Also Matic and great playing by our Captain Maguire. Bruno is always the active player and also Rashford, Luke Shaw. a As for Martial still needs to become more confident and use more power in his shots. Still congrats! to all the players that you have finally reached the top which is to not to think that is enough after all your hard work, do not throw it away. You still have to move faster and keep moving forward.

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