Menu

Ronaldo and Cavani start, 3-5-2: confirmed Man Utd XI vs. Tottenham

Manchester United are back in Premier League action this afternoon as they make the trip to fellow strugglers Tottenham Hotspur, who find themselves in a similar position in the table.

There is increasing pressure on manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, with his United side currently on a four-game winless run in the Premier League, with the latest victory coming against West Ham in September.

Last weekendโ€™s embarrassing 5-0 defeat to Liverpool caused some fans to question the Norwegian but he has been granted a chance to turn it around, starting with today.

Read more:ย (Video) Harry Maguire reacts to Manchester Unitedโ€™s woeful defensive stats

The loss to Liverpool has provoked a host of changes from Solskjaer, with Cavani and Varane replacing Rashford and Greenwood as the Norwegian switches to a three-at-the-back formation.

Although the anguish from that defeat against Liverpool will be difficult to eradicate, victory over Nuno Espirito Santoโ€™s side will go a long way towards repairing the teamโ€™s broken relationship with the fans.

More Stories Manchester United Premier League Tottenham Hotspur

Comments are closed.