Manchester United were unable to beat Leeds United at the weekend and will now be focusing on the Europa League tie against AS Roma.
The Italian side are currently 7th in the Serie A and their main hope of qualifying for the Champions League is by winning the Europa League.
Last year, the Red Devils were knocked out of the competition in the semis by Sevilla. Will they be able to reach the final this time? We shall see.
As far as the team news is concerned, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could make three key changes to the squad that started at the Elland Road.
In the goal, David De Gea should return and replace Dean Henderson. In front of the Spanish shot stopper, the back-line would likely remain unchanged.
In the center of the park, record signing Paul Pogba might replace Brazilian star Fred to partner Scott McTominay.
Greenwood started as the main center forward up front vs Leeds but Cavani could return in the No.9 role to face Roma. In such a scenario, the England international could replace Daniel James to start on the right flank.
The likes of Fernandes and Rashford should retain their starting positions in the attacking third. Here is Man Utd’s strongest 4-2-3-1 XI vs Roma: