Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has gone for a near full-strength line-up for our key clash against Arsenal at the Emirates in the FA Cup this evening.
Solskjaer has decided to leave David De Gea out of our match-day squad altogether, something that means Sergio Romero has been elected to start between the sticks for this evening’s clash.
We’re also set to see Romelu Lukaku lead the line for United this evening, after the Belgian was handed a start by Ole, with Alexis Sanchez also chosen to start in attack for us as well.
Surprisingly, both Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial have both been left on the substitutes bench for tonight’s clash, something that certainly came as a surprise to us considering how well the two wingers have been playing as of late.
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The fact that Solskjaer has decided to field a team like this shows that we’re very much going to go for the win tonight, something that’s great to see considering some managers tend to disregard the cup competitions in favour of focusing on the Premier League.
Our full line-up can be seen in the tweet above. Happy with Solskjaer’s selection? Let us know down below.