Trio suspended – Man Utd’s strongest possible 4-2-3-1 vs Granada

Mason Greenwood MUFC

Manchester United bounced back to beat Spurs in the PL at the weekend and should now focus on booking their place in the last four of the Europa League.

The Red Devils already have one foot in the semis after beating Granada 2-0 away from home in the first leg.

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Manager Solskjaer would have to make several key changes to the squad that started vs Tottenham because three key first team players are suspended for the second leg.

The likes of Luke Shaw, Scott McTominay and skipper Harry Maguire will not take part in the contest due to suspension. We can expect Telles to replace Shaw and Pogba should move into the midfield to replace McTominay.

On the other hand, with Bailly out as well, Tuanzebe would probably start with Lindelof in the central defense. Wan-Bissaka should retain his RB position in the lineup. In the goal De Gea could replace Henderson

With Pogba moving back into the midfield, Rashford should start on the left flank and Greenwood could return to start on the right wing.

As always, Fernandes is irreplaceable in the starting XI and he should start behind Cavani, who had a brilliant game last time out. Here is Man Utd’s strongest possible lineup vs Granada:


  1. I think Rashford should be rested. Pogba should be allowed to play in Rashford’s position and give Van de Beek a chance in central midfield

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