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

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Manchester United knocked Everton out of the league cup in the midweek and next up, the Red Devils will collide against Leicester City in the PL tomorrow.

The Foxes are currently in second place in the table, a point behind the Old Trafford outfit, who have a game in hand.

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Brendan Rodgers men defeated Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham side in the last league contest and have players that can trouble Solskjaer’s backline.

As far as the team news is concerned, several star players were rested for the Carabao Cup game and we can expect them to return to the starting lineup vs Leicester.

In the goal, Spanish star David De Gea would likely return in place of Dean Henderson.

The likes of Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Luke Shaw should return to start in the fullback positions. On the other hand, Lindelof could start in place of Bailly to partner Maguire in the central defense.

In the center of the park, the likes of Fred and McTominay should replace Pogba and Matic.

As far as the attack is concerned, Rashford should return to start on the left flank and Martial could start in place of Cavani. The likes of Fernandes and Greenwood should retain their starting positions.

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

MUFC Starting XI

1 Comment

  1. Rashford, Bruno, Cavani, Luke Shaw, Fred and Pogbha always can see the zeal and passion and that consistency in all their games. They got that fighting spirit and that brings out their best in them. Please look at what you all need to concentrate again on your wrong passing again by the opponents goal box where you are punished for your mistakes. Secondly, everyone has got to play with same intensity that they played for the previous game as well and some of them are the same players in the first team, how come it is not so much for all of them? It is right for these good players to be hungry and angry with some of the team members and demand more from them. They are so frustrated I do not blame them with these specific players that after all their hard work and if they cannot reach for that cup or trophy that they are so focused on getting their hands on that.

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