Manchester United are third in the Premier League table and they only need a point from their last league game vs Leicester to secure Champions League qualification.
If we lose and Chelsea also lose against Wolves, then we will still play in the Europe’e elite competition next term. Anyways, the defeat should not be on our minds right now, especially against a low on confidence Foxes, who have been out of form since the resumption of football.
As far as the team news is concerned, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could make three changes to the squad that started vs West Ham United in the last PL contest.
In the right back role, Aaron Wan-Bissaka should return to start in place of Timothy Fosu-Mensah.
On the other hand, Luke Shaw could be fit and if that is the case then the former Southampton man should return in place of Brandon Williams to start in the left back position.
Serbian international Nemanja Matic has been average in the last two games and it will not come as any surprise to see McTominay take his place to partner Pogba in the center of the park.
In the attacking third, the likes of Rashord and Greenwood should start in the wide attacking positions. Bruno Fernandes must start in the No.10 role behind lone center forward Anthony Martial.
Here is Man Utd’s strongest possible 4-2-3-1 XI vs Leicester: