Manchester United are preparing to face-off against Danish side FC Copenhagen tomorrow night in the Europa League quarter-finals.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be desperate to win his first piece of silverware as United manager as his side prepare to lift the same trophy they did three years ago.
As the Red’s prepare for the crucial clash, we have looked at how fans can expect the side to line-up.
United’s number-one in Europe, barely put a foot wrong, should start in-between the sticks.
After a well deserved rest, ‘the spider’ should be set to make his return tomorrow night in a game which has more significance than the one on Wednesday.
Fair to assume Solskjaer will be keen to keep consistency going at the back as the tournament reaches it’s most crucial stages.
Similarly to Lindelof, I fully expect to see the club captain line-up for the Red’s once again.
With first choice left-back Luke Shaw ruled out until at least next season, youngster Williams should get his second consecutive start in a week..
Having played next-to-no part in United’s domestic campaign since the sport resumed in June, McTominay will be keen to impress on the Red’s European front instead. I fully expect the Scot to start ahead of both Nemanja Matic and Fred against FC Copenhagen.
After missing out on a starting place on Wednesday against LASK after Solskjaer fielded a youthful side, the French midfielder can probably expect to line-up in his side’s Europa League’s quarter-final match.
Fans will be excited to see the Portuguese Magnifico back in action and I believe this will be the game that they do. After a rest, Solskjaer will be keen to see his attacking midfielder get back in among the goals.
After being benched in favour of Juan Mata on Wednesday, the hot prospect that is Greenwood can expect to start in a bid to help his side reach the Europa League’s semi-finals.
I fully expect Rashford to be welcomed back into the starting line-up after a short break. The Englishman will be keen to see out the rest of the season on a high.
Arguably United’s most in-form player at the moment, Martial will be desperate to start tomorrow as he remains in the hunt to notch as many goals as possible before the season draws to a close.