Manchester United fought back from a goal down to earn all three points against Brighton in their last Premier League contest.
Next up, the Old Trafford outfit will collide Granada in the Europa League tomorrow and should be considered favorites to beat the Spanish side, who are in mid-table in the La Liga.
As far as the team news is concerned, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could make a few changes to the side that started vs the Seagulls on Sunday.
In the goal, Spanish international David De Gea should return in place of Dean Henderson, who has lately started regularly in the absence of the former Atletico Madrid man.
Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire and Shaw have been solid at the back in recent games and therefore, the defense would likely remain unchanged vs Granada.
In the center of the park, Scottish international Scott McTominay could return in place of Brazilian star Fred to partner record signing Paul Pogba.
Rashford was substituted in the second half vs Brighton and is a doubt for tomorrow’s contest. So, Daniel James could return to start on the left flank. Greenwood, who scored the winner at the weekend, should retain his right wing position.
Bruno Fernandes is a natural starter in the No. 10 role and with Martial out, Cavani would get the nod to start in the No.9 role. Here is Man Utd’s likely 4-2-3-1 XI vs Granada: