Manchester United travels to Anfield Stadium tomorrow night to battle it out against Liverpool in a Premier League clash. The Red Devils will be looking to avoid humiliation again after conceding five goals in the first leg at Old Trafford. The match is expected to be fascinating because both clubs will be determined to cement their positions; Liverpool will be looking to maintain the gap between them and Manchester City. United, on the other hand, will be selected to increase its chances of finishing among the top four.
However, Manchester United is set to miss the services of 5 key players who have been ruled out of the clash due to injuries. The club will be the service of Scott McTominay and Fred in the midfield. The duo has been ruled out of the match with leg and hip injuries, respectively.
The club will also be without Edison Cavani and Like Shaw. Both have been ruled out due to a calf injury. Raphael Varane missed the previous match due to a leg injury, but there are high chances that he will be available for selection.
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