Manchester United will miss five key players due to injury. Fred, Rashford and Bruno Fernandes came out of the Atalanta win feeling the effects of the game. Varane has been out since the international break.
Manchester United however has a very good squad depth and some top players who are used to warming the bench could be handed a rare start vs Liverpool. Here is how Manchester United could possibly lineup without the 5 regular starters.
David De Gea is back to his best and the Spaniard is expected to continue starting between the posts for Manchester United. I front of him, Luke Shaw, Harry Maguire, Victor Lindelof and Aaron Wan Bissaka are the expected back for. After losing Fred Ole Gunner might finally give Donny Van De Beek his second start since this season. Pairing Van De Beek with Scott McTominay at the heart of Manchester United midfield. Bruno Fernandes is due a rest and his injury is a blessing in disguise for him.
Ole Gunner now will have the opportunity to start Jesse Lingard. Lingard has been coming off the bench and killing the show, many Manchester United fans would love to see him play a full 90 minutes for Manchester United. Pogba, Sancho, Greenwood, Cavani and Cristiano Ronaldo are also available for selection. Manchester United are yet to win a single game aganist Liverpool at Old Trafford since 2015. Will the Red Devils change this come Sunday? Time will surely tell.
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