Official: Manchester United Starting Line up Against West Brom
By Kelvin-99 | self meida writer
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Manchester united look to bounce back to winning ways as they take on premier league side West Brom. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had named a strong squad against a side they look to beat in order to put pressure on Manheim city.
The red devils hace slipped and fell off the tittle race after some poor performances from recent games where they drew against Everton and were belated by Sheffield united as they also drew with Arsenal.
David de gea is starting in goal despite performing poorly against Everton where he cost the team 3 points. He will be assisted by Harry Maguire, Lindelof, Wan Bissaka and In form left back Luke shaw.
The midfield of Scott Mc Tomminay and Fred is back after Paul Pogba was injured and he is out of the squad. Bruno Fernandes is the attacking midfield with Antony Martial and Marcus Rashford. Edinson Cavani who is celebrating his birthday today is going to be the front man against West Brom.
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