Manchester United pretty much have a full squad for their game against Atalanta.
The Reds returned to domestic action at the weekend and lost 4-2 against Leicester City after a disappointing performance at the King Power Stadium.
Fans are looking for a response for the team on Wednesday night and again on Sunday when Liverpool come to Old Trafford.
United secured their first three points of the new UEFA Champions League campaign against Villarreal, after losing the opening match against Young Boys.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer spoke to the media at his pre-match press conference on Tuesday and gave an update regarding his team.
Anthony Martial has been left out again.
“Anthony joined ini training today but he’s still not fit enough to join us [for the match],” Solskjaer said, as per ManUtd.com.
“Harry’s not had any reaction so he’s fine and good to go. We didn’t lose anyone else from the game through injury at the weekend.
“So we’re, more or less, a full squad. Raphael is still not with us but Edinson and Fred are back available which is good for us.”
The skipper’s performance against his former club at the weekend won’t fill many of us with confidence ahead of this one, and the sooner Varane returns the better.
Solskjaer knows we need to get back on track quickly, so I wouldn’t be surprised if there were a few surprises in the line-up.