Manchester United's Quest for a top four finish Will continue this Weekend When they play against Resilient Hammers. United Won their last game in Premier League against Promotion Side Brentford When Their Academy graduates , Anthony Elanga, Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford Scored Three to Seal a very important win. United will be needed to Up their game since Westham United have proved to be hard to beat by teams in top four and their recent run of form means United will have to Work Extra hard to Earn good results.
Manchester United started the season off on a good note with their previous manager ole Gunner Solskjer winning their first three games in a row, they were Title contenders until when injuries started to rock their camp.Pogba went on a long Injury with their star Players like Edison cavani and Marcus Rashford battling injuries early in the season.
Manchester united started performing badly as they lost Easy fixtures and they were knocked out of the Carabao cup. Their loses against minor teams like Everton and Leicester together with loses st Manchester City and Liverpool were stirred up with a loss to Watford. This led to their Legendary manager Ole gunner solskjer being sacked.
The New Manager Ralf Rangnick has recorded fine results with one lose in his first 9 games and Theh have their head up going into the next game.
Man United had few options on bench when they played Brentford as several players had injuries. Luke Shaw, Edison Cavani are some names that were missing through injuries but are likely to feature. Jadon Sancho also missed encounter with Brentford through bereavement and is also expected in the team. Paul pogba and Aaron wan Bissaka also missed through injuries yet both are expected early February.
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