Manchester United bounced back from their defeat against Watford to win the last two Premier League fixtures.
Next up, the Red Devils will face an out of form Arsenal side, who only won a single game in December and are struggling in the bottom half of the table.
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As far as the team news is concerned, Solskjaer should make a few changes to the squad that started the last PL contest vs Burnley.
De Gea should retain his place after keeping his first clean sheet since September. In the back-line, the likes of Wan-Bissaka and Shaw should return to start in the full-back positions.
Record signing Paul Pogba made two appearances from the bench after returning from his injury but he could not even make the Match Day squad vs the Clarets. So, it will not come as any surprise to see him out of the starting XI vs the Gunners.
With Scott McTominay out injured, Fred and Matic would likely retain their starting places in the center of the park.
As far as the attack is concerned, Solskjaer should only make one change i.e. Greenwood should return to start on the right wing in place of James. Here is Man Utd’s strongest possible 4-2-3-1 XI vs Arsenal:
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