Probable Manchester United's line up against Aston villa today
By Sporthab | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 7 views
Manchester United boss Ole Solskjær is a happy man not to have any fitness worries coming into this clash owing to a fully injury-free squad to choose from.
Manchester United's central defender, Bailly is the only doubt in the Red devils defence and will probably remain sidelined today. Lindelof is likely to fit into his place and get his third successive start against Everton today.
In midfield we expect atleast one change , Paul Pogba was out of Southampton mid week clash,we expect him to start most probably alongside the in-form Fred.
Nemanja Matic also sat on bench on Tuesday the entire 90 minutes and is likely to get into starting XI today.
Manchester United will most likely be able to create a enough chances and shots.We shall expect Everton could well struggle to find the back of the net but we do think it’s quite likely that they will be hitting back at some stage here.
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