Manchester United are looking forward to facing City in a derby at the Etihad Stadium this weekend. Already red's have lost to a Brighton and Brentford side in the opening fixtures this season. While Erling Haaland on the other hand has scored 11 goals for the sky blue side of Manchester.
Meanwhile Erik ten Hag has Injury concerns to Maguire who is reported by Gareth Southgate to have picked a thigh problem in England 3-3 draw against Germany recently. While fans are then waiting for Erik ten Hag to confirm if a knee injury is no longer a problem to Martial. With the Frenchman an important player to Erik ten Hag side.
However we take a look into how United may line-up in 4-1-2-3 formation and manage to grab all three points against City with David de Gea in between the sticks. And the last line of defence having Dalot, Varane, Lisandro Martinez and Tyrell Malacia to try keep a clean sheet.
So is a defensive midfielder of Casemiro just ahead of the last line as the duo of Eriksen and Bruno can control the game in the midfield roles. An attacking trio of Sancho, Rashford and Antony will be best used in this situation. To help in the scoring of goals for the visitors to take the bragging rights back to Old Trafford.
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